We learn for ourselves to accomplish by doing and experiencing from the application of the knowledge we take in over and over again. We shouldn’t hold still with facts taken in that would merely help us to pass a test. We shouldn’t attain only a level of knowledge to then pause to believe a thing is true for our entire lifetime.
What we feel we know with certainty to be true today will not always be the case. Most everything evolves and so should we with it as we continue to learn by doing.
Remain curious, preparing to anticipate what the future might bring and how you will act when it arrives. Remain conscientious of the actions you will take in relation to others for the contributions you will make. There is no end point aside from our own expiration to where we might have learned everything that we could have learned. A lifetime of continuous learning promotes the significance of our lives with others.
“The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand, as in what direction we are moving.” — Oliver Wendell Holmes —