Don't repeat "it is", "it" "those" "that"......be specific, give specific noun, or it is confused
Use simple sentences or short sentences if you are not sure how to write it
Take a look at this sentence " When we talk about practical things in every day life we mean for example you really learn how to cook when you begin doing it and when we talk about concepts for example you know what it is love when you have the experience of loving some one."<=This is too long, let's break it "when we talk about practical things in everyday life, we mean....(x?). For example, or ";for example, you really only learn how to cook when you are in the procedure. In the same hand, you really don't know what love is until you are in love.
=>I think that knowledge gained from experience is more important than knowledge (those) gained from books.
=>In my opinion, knowledge gained from experience is an embodied one
... it is not a cognitive knowledge it is one actualized with the reality.<=what is this, need to rewrite
=>The result is that when a similar situation happens you most know what to do and the consequence of your reactions or behaviour. (replace "result" with something elso, it's confused)
=>The best example it is when a child get burned, if it hurts surely he will never touch the fire again because he knows by he experience what happens and the association will be done automatically in his mind and body.=>For example, when a child (infant, toddler...) get burned by an accident, he will learn not touching the fire
This can be translated to every situation in every day life and also for understanding deeply the meaning of some abstract concepts like love, fear, faith or happiness. => Don't use "this", use "learning from experience" if you mean it, or you lose the reader
One of the best ways of learning things it is when you travel. (do not give 2 subjects; you have "learning" don't use "it")=> One of the best ways of leaning things is when you travel; even stronger=> The best way of learning is traveling
One of the best ways of learning things it is when you travel. This is the better example that knowledge gained from experience it is a very important source. For example going to the Coliseum or to Pyramids will give you the sense of how they lived in that period.=> you have a good point from this para, so you just prove it.