Age no bar?

Brisbane, Australia
July 16, 2008 8:51am CST
What you think about learning? If someone is multi talented and want to learn different things one by one. Is it right to learn all no matter what age he/she going through? People say you should stick to one. If you good in one thing, go and grab it. Make your career in that particular one subject only. Any opinion for such multi talented people around?
2 responses
@rbailey83 (1401)
• Canada
16 Jul 08
there is no reason not to follow all in your talents if you have the ability to do so. you limit yourself by only following one, and if you end up not liking it in the end then you have to start from scratch again and it could take longer to build it back up. I say learn everything you want to
• Brisbane, Australia
16 Jul 08
Yeah, one can do multi tasking too. Thanks for your reply.
@balasri (26554)
• India
13 Aug 09
Age definitely is no bar in learning anything new or accomplishing anything great. At 94, Bertrand Russell was active in international peace drives. At 93, George Bernard Shaw wrote the play Farfetched Fablesf At 90, Pablo Picasso was producing drawings and engravings. At 89, Albert Schweitzer headed a hospital in Africa. At 88, Michaelangelo did architectural plans for the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli. At 84, Somerset Maugham wrote Points of View. Well when they achive these things they added somthing to their learnig too.Ain't they?