I was going through some papers and came across a letter that was dated April 1995 from Mr.Rogers to my daughter Stephanie. The letter is as follows:
It meant a great deal to me that you wanted to write to me as a part of your class project. I’m glad to know that our Neighborhood was a part of your growing up and that you continue to have such warm feelings about our program. Continue reading “A letter from Mr. Rogers to my daughter”
Do you want to make fewer mistakes?
The simple answer is to not be afraid to make a mistake.
The more mistakes you make, the more you learn.
The more you learn, the more options you’ll have.
The more options you have, the better decisions you’ll make.
The better decisions you make, the more productive you’ll become. Continue reading “Do you want to make fewer mistakes?”
Why is perpetual learning important? Here are some reasons to do so. They include:
* The more you learn about your highly sensitive nature, the better you can utilize it and work with it, rather than have it be a hindrance in your life.
* Learning helps you determine your interests, regardless of your age. It helps you expand your horizons.
* It teaches universal truths that teach life lessons. Continue reading “Why is perpetual learning important?”
Is learning early in life important? Using your brain particularly during adolescence, may help brain cells survive and could impact how the brain functions after puberty.
According to a recently published study in “Frontiers in Neuroscience,” Rutgers behavioral and systems neuroscientist Tracey Shors, who co-authored the study, found that the newborn brain cells in young rats that were successful at learning survived while the same brain cells in animals that didn’t master the task died quickly. Continue reading “Is learning early in life important?”