12 thoughts on “Learning.”

  1. 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.

  2. 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

    1. 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.

  3. 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!)

    1. 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?

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