Continue learning after high school
October 1, 2008 9:22am CST
I find myself remember in the past. When I was in high school and I thought I will be done learning when I'm graduated. But Wait a minute!!!! After I left high school, I find myself amazing and discovery to learn that I still learn more and more. Today I find myself compare to when I left high school, I learn so much and so much knowledge. I bet you have the same experience that you still continue learning regardless of where you are, regardless rather you work or not, and regardless of how poor or how rich you are. All I can say is that none of us can stop learning. Life is about learning and discovery that evolve around our life.
1 Oct 08
yes, you are absolutely right. i think that finishing formal study doesn't mean we finish learning; even, it's the time to start learning - the real learning. learning is a whole life process. in the school we learn things which are mostly inapplicable , but after finishing going to school we start to learn what we really want to know. we take some courses or trainings, or read more books. we can also learn by doing when we start working.
1 Oct 08
yes, just told them to be patient. the situation in high school is not that bad anyway LOL, just a little bit boring. and ashmarie, welcome to mylot you seem to have a good habit and manner in posting, starting a discussions and commenting nicely keep the good work! hope you enjoy being here. take care....
1 Oct 08
The word "graduation" comes from the Latin word "graduus" which means "step." So when you graduate, you take the next step in your life's journey. Graduation is not the end, but the beginning of the next leg of the journey. The education that you have received in school was meant to prepare you for the challenges that you will meet along the way. As you go through this great adventure called life, you will discover new things about the world and about yourself. The things that you will learn along the way will help you evolve into the great person that you were always meant to be. Isn't that exciting?