Process of Learning
There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning. – Jiddu Krishnamurti.
Life should be a continual process of learning. When we investigate our care homes we can see how age stops us all going forward at some point. We then also realize that when we lose the exercise of learning we start to die. After all, the whole process of learning is growth. By experiencing and understanding more we can see a bigger picture of life and our place in it.
We should never forget how infinitesimally small we are compared to the vastness of the universe. Appreciating this gives us an ability to be grateful for everything that we are, everything that is and everything that will ever be. Seeing the blessings of life and giving gratitude for them, are two of the biggest things we can do. The process of learning helps to manifest the world we want for ourselves and our loved ones.
Learning is the beginning of health, wealth and happiness. Through the process of learning we are able to put into place a series of measures. This enables us to evaluate our progress in any area of our life. Physical health is our most valuable asset and yet we see so many that don’t take care of their precious vessel.
However, it’s only through the process of learning that unhealthy people could transform their thinking. Only they can bring about the changes necessary to make a tangible difference to their emotional harmony. Above all, this is what drives the vicious circle of illness and exhaustion. Through similar routes, true happiness emanates from those enlightened souls who are able to move forward in life.
Life teaches us many lessons as we go along. Real education is not necessarily about reading books or taking courses. It’s about being able to see what’s important and accepting change. Helping create change for the betterment of others and living without expectation help us avoid pain and disappointment which so often comes with alternative perceptions of what is right or wrong.
Blissland was born from a process of learning, guiding and helping xx.