The answer of the above question must be affirmative because one’s learning starts at his birth and stops at his death, so is life a continuous process of learning. One should therefore regard himself to be a learner rather than a teacher. As he grows older, he needs to know things that are newer and that’s how the process remains for one to be regarded as a learner. This continues for so long as one is alive providing him new ways and new dimensions of life. As it goes in the words of Douglas Adam who says, “You live andlearn, at any rate, you live”.
There are various ways through which you learn new things and new ways. The sources, such as, circumstances and environmental settings teach you many things and many lessons. You also learn by observation in your everyday life and as such there is no end of learning. Wise is the person who is always ready to seek learning, new knowledge, new things and new dimensions of life to increase awareness, to benefit and educate himself and others accordingly.
In all the areas of life there is a need of learning and bringing improvements so as to live a fulfilling life. The ideology that one must try to develop oneself in terms of wisdom and education and experience and awareness, regardless of age or any other factor that can hinder the process of learning, is always admirable, for not only it causes one to enhance his knowledge and awareness but also achieve his own goals, while it enables him to be an ideal for others to be followed.
No one is perfect in the world and everyone lacks something or another or in one way
K.A.Fareed (Fareed Siddiqui)
Writer, Trainer, Author, Vba/Vb Developer
BBA; MBA-Finance; M.Phil-FinancialManagement; (PhD-Management)
Individual Member of Institute of Management Consultants of India
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