Teach and learn

Everyone has varying methods of learning and revising what they are taught. It depends on many factors as to how attentive we are, how we understand more effectively and how we react to the situations we may face. It can take a long while to find the best way to retain information and to know how to use it but for others it could be very easy. Either way, everyone is capable of knowing whatever it is they wish to know. ‘How?’ is the question.

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn” – Albert Einstein 

I think we all require knowledge. We all require this to help us move forward. If a mistake is made, we must learn from it in order to not make the same mistake twice. Knowing is not necessarily easy but is generally acquirable to any of us, understanding is what becomes difficult from time to time. After all, this is how we become who we are isn’t it? As we grow we learn, as this happens we shape ourselves to adapt and to move forward – to progress

When we do come to a stage we are comfortable with, many may decide to teach others of what they know and understand so that they might pass this on too. This is how it is. Information is passed on from generation to generation and stored for others to easily access it and to learn it as well. If they so wish to, of course. If another requires an answer to which you know, then tell them what they wish to learn. Build confidence in what you know, use what you know to help and assist – the reward is not physical but psychological instead. The feeling of satisfaction is far greater than money. 

Bye for now.


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