Synchronicity strikes again!

My son Ranjan posted this on his Facebook page.

I took a break from the computer to check my WhatsApp messages and a friend had sent me this clip from Mahatria Ra.

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12 Responses to Learning.

  1. Wisewebwoman says:

    Boy such memories, I loved Leo’s lectures, he had a lot of good stuff to say and we were all ready for it back then.


  2. nick says:

    That’s a good idea, asking your kids what they’ve learnt during the day. It should be reciprocal though – the kids should be able to ask their parents what they’ve learnt.

  3. Diane Dahli says:

    Very apt tongue-in-cheek comment! Learning and re-learning is what we are constantly doing every day, it seems.

  4. I learnt two things today – both related to medical matters…one was a poster on the wall at the labtests informing me that in a week more than 50,000 tests are taken; the other with the lab assistant that my disabled hands cause the veins to wobble more than they should…
    Catherine de Seton recently posted..Making some Progress

    • If we are honest with ourselves, all of us keep learning something or the other every day. In my case, there are actually too many things that I learn from the amount of reading that I do and the messages that I receive on WhatsApp and Facebook.

  5. tammy j says:

    I hadn’t thought of Leo B. in years! I read his books.
    he liked to hug people. he was all about love. a wonderful sweet man.
    (I like Ranjan’s post too. a great example of his cup not being too full to learn anything else!)

    • That is the beauty of today’s mass media, suddenly out of nowhere, something or other pops up from our past that triggers great memories. Today, I was sent song from The Fiddler On The Roof, “If I were a wealthy man” by a friend in response to my asking him to come over to Pune for a visit! Can you imagine the memories that triggered?

  6. “no longer embodied” – interesting way to put that. I remember reading some of Buscaglia’s work years ago.

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