Someone asked me earlier today when I am going to quit sharing what I share online, and as I was thinking about the answer, I texted them this: Until!
Someone asked me earlier today when I am going to quit sharing what I share online, and as I was thinking about the answer, I texted them this:
“We now accept the fact that learning is a lifelong process of keeping abreast of change. And the most pressing task is to teach people how to learn.” — Peter Drucker
What I post online is simultaneously selfish and selfless.
Selfish in the sense that I am the primary audience for what I share because I record my experiences for my ongoing education, and I have chosen to receive that education in a public setting. Selfless in the sense that I have been able to engage with many people in stimulating conversations about it and have assisted many people in beginning some healthy habits.
Question: How much longer will I have to do this?
Answer: till I die. I intend to continue doing this in some capacity or another.
I wrote a poem titled “Forever Learning.”
Forever learning, ever exploring
The depths of my mind, never boring
An endless journey, a never-ending trail
Expanding knowledge beyond what I can avail
A lifetime of learning, a lifetime of growth
Learning and exploring, all that I loathe
My curiosity is my tool, I will never forget
It’s the foundation of who I am, and I’ll never regret
always be learning, never stop the strive
So here’s to learning, here’s to growing
The best part of life, never slowing
Forever learning, forever exploring
My endless journey, never boring
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