Never Let Yourself Graduate.
Jon Westenberg

I completely agree with you about our education. School (or formal education) should just be the foundation or starting block for our educational journey, not the final product. Learning should be lifelong, just like my father, who continues to visit the library to borrow books and reads widely on a variety of topics, notwithstanding the fact that he is 83 years old this year. Or like my 78-year-old mum, who continues to read and experiment with new recipes and cooking styles and talks to her circle of friends about healthy foods and healthy cooking methods and the like.

As somebody once told me, the best way to learn is to spend more time with people under the age of 7 and over the age of 70. We should live our lives learning.:) Thanks for this sharing.:)

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