Every moment in our life we observe and learn to evolve more and more, the moment we cease to learn, we stop growing and living. A person whether a millionaire or a pauper, a farmer or an intellectual has something to offer , which can be learnt .
Even a small child teaches us the way of living life with an innocent smile. We often tend to assume that after a certain age or after attaining higher education, we have become intellectuals and perfectionists,whereas the process of learning is never ending.
No one is perfect in this world and the strive to become one is the way of living life.
A poor peasant has something in his nature which we all should inculcate, the endurance and patience in which he works for the whole day in scorching heat and excess rains throughout the year,without failing and losing hope, is something which people of this generation and many of us havent’t experienced or ever tried to learn. His will to continuously struggle inspite of the unseen havocs of nature is firm and he remains determined.
Where are these virtues to be seen in individuals today? No school or university or any centre of education will make you realize such small yet important factors and values of life. It’s the life which teaches.
Always keep your eyes open to the surroundings and observe.
The yearning for learning should never die!
4 thoughts on “The yearning for learning should never die !”
So well said. I struggle everyday to prove myself and believe that we learn from mundane stuffs in life. It’s such an ongoing struggle.
True Vishal, the small things of our daily life and happening around us are the greatest teachers .
I support the thought very strongly. A good share left me wanting more.. More of these please.
Thank Neeraj. The urge for learning should never die and so we live