I believe in learning: learning about science and history; math and grammar; the arts and anything in between. Since that time when I first started to read, I began to understand what learning was. Learning is the process by which you soak up knowledge. It is something you can do while in a formal classroom or while playing as a child. You can learn from simply reading a novel or from scrutinizing everything you can find about a specific topic.
cultures and societies around the globe have been built by each
generation’s knowledge. Humanity has been structured around leading
individuals’ knowledge and what the current generation has learned from
the past. What we learn is important because it will help shape us,
those we talk to, write for, and teach.
I believe in learning because it is the way my ancestors and all of
mankind can tell me about themselves. Charles Darwin and Einstein have
given a part of themselves so that we can build on what they discovered. Victor Hugo and Charles Dickens have shared, through writing, their
take on the world that surrounded them. Isaac Newton made a whole
mathematical system, calculus, that is still used today.
we learn, we take part in a process that is ancient and ever changing.
Everyone learns in a slightly different way. Some learn visually,
others learn through music, and some by moving while studying, while
others learn in many more diverse ways. Still, we can all learn. We
can learn and then teach, so that others may learn about the world from
our perspective. Then we can also become a part of the immortality of
that we will take our knowledge with us when we die. Thus, learning
and gaining knowledge are important not only for their value during our
life on earth, but also for their value after life on earth. What we
learn will affect who we are forever.
we learn, it intertwines us with the whole of humanity. It adds a
layer of polished knowledge to the time of tomorrow. It can help make
the world a better place than it was yesterday. We must learn so that
we can help the future generations move a step farther than we can.