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Life Is a Learning Experience

We are born with certain talents that may predispose us to learning somethings easier than others. Whether it is because of genetics or from experiences in a past life (which makes sense if you believe in reincarnation), a person may have a jump start because of this in terms of learning a skill or acquiring knowledge.  Another way is if a person is born into a certain family or lives in a certain place where some types of knowledge are more readily available.

Where and to whom a person was born, can determine a large part of what a person does or believes in life. In fact, it is down right scarey! From birth we may have a genetic? predisposition to learning certain types of material more easily than others. Some of this ability to learn different things is even hypothesized to be due to the person’s sex. We also may be exposed to only certain types of material as we grow up. Learning one language as opposed to another results in our learning to only make certain sounds common to that language even though we had the capability (which atrophies from not being used) to make different sounds from these which are used in another language.

It is not until a person gets out in the world where different people believe different things that he or she sometimes realizes that their beliefs are not the only way to think about something. You see that if you were born somewhere else or to different parents, that you might have had a different belief system taught to you and that you might have felt that this different way, not the one you currently have, was the truth.

Starting as babies, children learn lots of new things daily based on their surroundings and their experiences. Some people, who are busy taking care of their child’s needs, do not have time to notice this. They may not even realize the profound effect that their belief system and behaviors have on a child. Children record both auditorially and visually what is going on around them. It can affect their identities and self-worth.

It is not until we grow up, and maybe not even then, that we realize that the thoughts that we have about ourselves and other people have been formed by what we have heard as children. It even affects the qualities in a mate to whom we are attracted . Once you realize this, you may feel that you have been like a puppet on a string doing what someone else wanted you to do rather than what you want to do or what is in your best interests.

More on early learning and its effects on the adult tomorrow.

5 Responses to Life Is a Learning Experience

  • admin says:

    Sorry, but I didn’t include music?

  • admin says:

    I posted a blog, today, Saturday the 13th on how we learn.

  • admin says:

    I am new too. I have had help to establish this web site. However, I have had some wordpress blogs as well for some time. I just followed their instructions to do this.

  • Adella Apfel says:

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  • Brynn Paget says:

    This is a good article. I will take more time researching this subject.

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