In this world of changes we need not to be a learned (w)man rather we need to be a learning (w)man!
In this world of changes we need not tobe a learned (w)man rather we need to be a learning (w )man!
At first we need to know what to know then we should how to know. Knowing itself doesn't carry any value unless we translate it into action. An action doesn't carry any value unless it has its own purpose.The ultimate Purpose of all purposes is happiness. Happiness can not exist itself unless surroundings are happy! It's not and end, happiness is a a means to live & grow. So LEARN to do; DO to be happy; Be HAPPY to LIVE & GROW!
Prayukth K V
Hi Mijan, you can never be too learned to learn something new. One should not just be constantly learning a few things, but also unlearning. Unlearning creates more space for new knowledge and skills to be added to one's repository.
Learned is the base and continuous learning is the fuel for continuity
Anjan Kumar Bhattacharjee
Mijan- there is no obstacle for a Learned man to learn more in new areas. He already has a proven track of learning and learning more. It is the problem of people who are averse to learning and are incapable of, and uneasy of learning new on the way. Regarding Happiness You said correctly..Quote.."Happiness can not exist itself unless surroundings are Happy!"...Unquote... Most unfortunately searching the surroundings for Happiness is possible only in desolate areas of Himalayas were no second human lives around.
Gender in the workplace has always been somewhat problematic. People should not be judged on their gender. But be judged on their abilities and accomplishments. There will always be resentment if someone is promoted on the basis of gender, because they need to fill a quota. Women throughout history have always pulled their own weight and more so. However not necessarily in the same area is of work as men. Women just have not been given recognition for what they have accomplished in their own areas of achievements which have always been considerable.
I'm extremely sorry for late response, actually I was exhausted with some critical jobs. Thanks to everybody who liked and contributed. Here I'm chronologically responding all comments so far.
Agreed and would like to add that learning has nothing to do with gender unless we mask them with superstition to feed our male dominance nature.
@Prayukth K V>
Yes! You are absolutely right when you emphasis on unlearning but I'm not agreed with the reason you mentioned for unlearning. I think negative and obsolete knowledge negatively influence our thought process which consequently influence our attitude and actions. So unlearning is necessary to effectuate our learning, our space is unlimited or near to so.
Of course Sir! So I divided the whole process in to three categories; firstly what to learn which is a continuous process, then how to learn which is a system (of education) and needs updates in course of time. Then finally learning by working. Unfortunately our educational system tries to make us learned before starting work (Of course not everybody).
@J M Garg>
@Anjan Kumar Bhattacharjee>
Yes Sir! I’m agreed with you regarding learning but would like to add that we need not to be learned to be happy rather we need to be learning man, of course being learned itself is a source of happiness to some extent. Regarding happiness ‘no comments’.
I think human race needs more time to conceptualize and understand the human being itself!
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I do not think that learning can ever be phased out. It is a continuous process to keep us alert and amazed on new developments.
Prof. Bernard A.
Since learning is intimately connected to life it remain an ongoing process able to help us to successively reach some goals [i.e happiness]. Mixing communicating people of different cultures optimise drastically the learning concept by adding the specific impacts of various approaches and perspectives.