On the first occasion that you try to do a new thing, it may be awkward. It is natural that we would require repeated practice to learn as we continue on. We begin with a little step and then another to progress. Depth of knowledge in application of our thoughts and actions takes some time.
Some will become non-learners because they no longer wish to endure the time and effort it will take to take in new things. They settle into a false sense of comfort that they already know enough. For this comfort, they forego the gift of continuous learning.
Act to always learn a new thing or one thing even better. Stir the mind to remain vigilant and a moveable force to contribute more from your learning experiences. Accept the gift of learning for a lifetime.
“Do not be discouraged because you cannot learn all at once; learn one thing at a time, learn it well, and treasure it up, then learn another truth and treasure that up, and in a few years you will have a great store of useful knowledge.” — Wilford Woodruff —