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Let us take a moment to see all of the personalities, events, situations and incidents that our lives have influenced with the lessons they have been giving us on Teacher's Day. Sometimes it is said that there is no better teacher than the life itself and how better way to thank you for all your lessons than to accept the precious lessons we are.
Learning by doing, or not doing!
As an infant, what we can and cannot do is always stated to us. Yet a child's mind is curious and full of questions, and we sometimes do those things if there is no reason why we can and can't do them. We might ultimately get harmed, but we are told a lot about the experience. We could even hear the proverbial 'I said this to you' and 'why did you say not? 'But no matter what it is, you are unable to do it again if it caused some form of discomfort or anxiety. In itself, this is a tutorial.
We learn from everyone and everything around us
We live in society with individuals from diverse cultures. We live in a society. We have relatives, neighbors and friends, animals, instructors, coaches, aid workers, chauffeurs, physicians, warehouses...the list is infinite. We communicate with people every day and every conversation teaches us something, consciously or unknowingly. By looking at other people, by listening to what other people think, by watching behavior and responses and doing what other people are doing. Being willing to witness a generous gesture also leads one to do something kind about others too. Hearing the positive or bad words of someone is lost in there. You watch the event sporty on tv, your dog stroll through the park, play a basketball or cricket game, have a chat with your grandma, buy food from the local store, dance to music in your home, relax by the pool, take a photo of your parents, ask their parents about the day they spent with their friends.
Circumstances, good or bad, become our biggest teachers.
Life throws us way too many unintended situations. It is what tells us a lot about ourselves how we cope with these situations. Any situations will make a 360° turn of our lives. We wonder what happens to us and say several times, "but why? "Or why not me? Why not me? 'We seldom find answers to these questions because the situations we find ourselves in, although negative or constructive, give us countless lessons; lessons about ourselves, about others, about our skills that were unknown within ourselves, about new strengths and gifts, and ways of coping with and resolving the circumstances, if possible. Furthermore, we are best trained, should a comparable scenario occur, to deal with it more efficiently and effectively.
Listen to your inner voice
Follow your instincts. Follow you. Hear your inner voice. Listen to your inner voice. It's better for you than anyone. When we are at the intersection of our lives, we search for options to cope with a certain problem. Although advice is always welcome, it can leave us frustrated and exasperated when so many people advise us. That's when you look inside, in search of a solution to the problem. Your inner voice is the light that will lead you. Encourage yourself to a mental conversation and find your own answers.
In literal terms, existence is characterized as a trait which differs from those which either have stopped such functions or never did such functions or are classified as inanimate as biological processes such as signal and self-sustained processes. You'd think very cynical! Now a better way of thinking about life. Life is what we are doing. Life is what we do. We go all by ourselves into this world, we depart by ourselves. What occurs between them is the composition of our lives. Life shows us the key things to learn, and so life becomes the most important teacher of all.