1 year ago
Our life is guided by the learning process till the last breath. Learning is not always a fast course. Suppose, if you want to learn to ride a motorbike, then you should practice riding it regularly. Otherwise, you will not able to ride motorbikes properly at all. Learning thus applies everywhere, be it a small or a big task.
Anthony J D’Angelo said, “Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” But, one thing really strikes me when I observe people’s tendencies towards kindness. To be honest, it is painful to say that there is no ‘value of human life.’ I mean to say that human beings are treated like animals. People are living so much wealthy lifestyles, but they are marked by lack of compassions for others. The real virtues of human beings are being destroyed day by day in a culprit manner. This must be stopped.
Of course, human beings are the most intelligent social animals on this planet. So far, human beings have learnt so many things from rocket science to artificial intelligence. After all, such learning is valued a lot in everyone’s lives. At the same time, are we really enjoying ourselves as we are witnessing those innovations?
Besides this, we often think about self-improvement and the pursuit of our goals. First and foremost, your self-confidence should work at any situations in life. What is learning? In my opinion, learning is fun; but it also gets hard when one is not paying attention on one’s goals.
We are all born with a natural curiosity. We want to learn. However, the demands of work and personal life often diminish our time and will to engage that natural curiosity. Developing specific learning habits - consciously established and conscientiously cultivated - can be a route to both continued professional relevance and deep personal happiness.
All in all, fostering loving, connected attachment and close relationships is the single most important thing you can do for your happiness. Everyone falls off sometimes. What matters the most is jumping back on your feet. Personally, what I feel is that our life is all about learning without losing hope.
Wagle is an MBA student at Charotar University of Science and Technology in Gujarat, India.