On JJL in June: The Learner’s Progress

When you read, “the Learner’s Progress,” I’m sure you are thinking, “that would be me, and my progress,” for we are all learners here within our Ho‘ohana Community, right? Right!

Click on over to Joyful Jubilant Learning today, and throw your dart at our target there:

Bullseye

Are you closing in on your targets?

For many of us, June’s arrival has a subliminal message that is
exceptionally strong. It whispers in the ear of our consciousness:

“You
have a scant thirty days left to the year’s midway point. You know it,
and everyone around you knows it. But is that where you actually are
with what you’ve set out to do?”


We like to think that there is much more wisdom and acceptance inherent in
‘Ike loa, our personal value of learning.

Karen Chaffee, Ulla Hennig, Kirsten Olson, David Zinger and Steve Sherlock have already shared some thoughts with us, and I would love to hear from you in the comments too!

Here's the link: June 2009 and the Learner’s Progress

Photo Credit: Bullseye by Raspberreh on Flickr