Did you know?
The human mind is bombarded with as much as 32g of information every single day. A study, conducted by researchers at the University of California-San Diego, revealed this.
If it were a computer, it would crash in no time.
It is believed that man has never been exposed to this much information in all of his history. We are continuously exposed to data from our cell phones, computers, television, etc. Even face-to-face interactions leave the mind with several things to process.
That is why a proverb concluded that life is a teacher; the more you live the more you learn.
I have a slightly different opinion. I believe that the more you live, the more you are taught. Learning is optional.
This I believe is why history repeats itself in unpleasant ways. Experience teaches its lessons, but men refuse to take them.
Experience teaches its lessons, but men refuse to take them.
Ask yourself, of the 32g of information that you were exposed to yesterday, how many have you retained today? Of course, not all information is useful to you. But while you say that in your defense, again I ask, in sieving what is useful and what is not, how many valuable information have you allowed to slip through the cracks?
Many won’t have an answer to this. Why? What you don’t know, you don’t know that you don’t know it. But what you don’t know, you can know, if you will learn. Remember, life always teaches, but it is up to us to learn.
What then are the barriers to learning? How does knowledge slip through your ears? What is between the current you and a better you.? Your life is speaking, will you live and learn?
This and more in the concluding part of this series. But first, what are your thoughts on this. Lets have a conversation in the comment section.
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