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As life goes on and we ascend the ladder of age, a lot of the time we think ourselves either too experienced or too long in the tooth to learn new things or new ways of doing old things. But knowledge has no age or ending and while we are still walking on the well-trodden path of ours, the world has not seized to spin-changes in eternity. So, why do we spate or alienate ourselves from something as natural as change and the process of learning? Why do we deliberately sabotage ourselves and stunt our growth? Why do we then blame everything else around us for the things that they happen to us? Do we not then make a self-fulfilling prophecy for ourselves?
These are all rhetorical but self-searching questions. We need to ask these from ourselves on a regular basis lest we think ourselves above the elements of change and externalities. This issue deals with ways to make the process of self-understanding and discovery smoother and more understandable. May it be someone who is starting a new or someone who has been at it for a long time. There is always something new or unique to learn a new perspective or an innovative technique that not only stimulates the fertile mind but also saves time and brings further ripples of change in the world.
Idea has been taken from an article in a local magazine
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