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We asked you, our readers, if you could learn one thing today, what would it be? Here are some of your answers.
Learning knows no limit. Despite the age and time you are in, one can always keep expanding one’s repertoire of skills and knowledge. Learning is also about rediscovering yourself every day. The pursuit to know yourself and the world around you is bound only by your eagerness to explore.
If you look around or look inside yourself, you will always find there is more room to discover. From learning how to drive a scooty at the age of forty five; or trying to accept your greying hair as part of your beauty; or simply learning to live alone in a new city as you start college; there is no end to what you can learn from life! Is there anything new that you want to learn at this stage of life? Probably something you would like to change about yourself or your life if given a chance?
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The question for this week was, “If you could learn one thing today, what would it be?” Here are 10 best responses from our readers.
Learn not to deny yourself happiness. Treat yourself without guilt and stop putting yourself last on your To Do list …Because life is too short
To stop comparing myself or my life to others and be grateful for what I have.
Amandeep Kaur Pathania
The one thing that I would really love to imbibe and practice is, Empathy towards oneself and others. For, in the end, all that matters is, how well you loved and lived.
Kavitha T. Panyam
Learn that the only limitations are in my mind.
I would love to learn to appreciate myself first.
Learn to be happy without any reason…Just like a child.
I would love to learn to voice my opinions with full confidence and remain unfazed by what the world thinks about me.
Anusha S Iyer
Learn to kick negativity out and infuse positivity within myself.
Learn to be the change that you want to see in this world.
Learn to believe in yourself even in difficulties, you can achieve the heights!
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