THE EXPERT WAS ONCE A BEGINNER: KEEP LEARNING


If there is anything life has taught us, it is that we never stop learning; you just have to acquire everything you can while you still can.
It is almost like a part of our life cycle. From the jump, you start by learning how to survive, adjust, readjust and live in the “tiny tummy room” as you develop as a fetus; how to align with the light when you come out of this “room”, after so much darkness inside; after which you learn to sit; then proceed to learning how to crawl; then to walk; before you dream of running or even talking and getting people to understand your gibberish. Growing up is twice as complicated, so you just have to keep learning.

The first mention of the verb “learn” or the present participle “learning”, and every mind dives into In-class Education. Contrary to the make believe, learning goes beyond the four walls of classrooms to as uninteresting as watching a woman draw up water from a deep well. Everything no matter how unimportant it seem; is twice as important.

As of old, Africans would rather sit at the feet of grandparents to learn, with the belief that a whole lot of wisdom can be drawn from this singular act than be in the classroom listening to what the white men had to say. Even though there is a huge digress from that mentality, the emphasis is on the fact that learning goes beyond the present “normal” to the former “normal” and even to the classified abnormal.
…certified in Learning and Character or is it the other way round? If learning wasn’t so important, certificates won’t have this imprinted in them and employers wouldn’t look for prospects with its ability.

Learning everything possible comes in handy and this is not a question of being “jack of all trade and master of none” but a quest to be twice as knowledgeable in every sphere of life. Learn anything you can, everything you can, from anyone you can, there will always come a time when you will be grateful you did- Sarah Caldwell.

Learning how to learn is one of the most important skills in life-Nourma F. Fauziyah.
Learning is hard work, but learn anyway because nothing you learn is ever enough; at least not with the inconsistency of the world. Yearn to learn, learn it here, learn it now and be open-minded and flexible enough to unlearn the trashes and relearn the core.

By Nwosu, Chinwe E (Seal Dream Team)
THE EXPERT WAS ONCE A BEGINNER: KEEP LEARNING THE EXPERT WAS ONCE A BEGINNER: KEEP LEARNING Reviewed by The news cable on August 09, 2016 Rating: 5

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