Universal values, universal learning:
“While a person is living, treat him kindly and learn what you can from him.”
— Hawaiian Proverb
“He who has imagination without learning has wings but no feet.”
— French Proverb
“The eyes are of little use if the mind be blind.”
— Arab Proverb
“Wonder is the beginning of wisdom.”
— Greek Proverb
“A questioning man is halfway to being wise.”
— Irish Proverb
“A wise man hears one word and understands two.”
— Jewish Proverb
And you’ve got to love this last one;
— Armenian Proverb
We’ve learned so much this month in our ho‘ohana on lifelong learning, and in doing so we have realized that we have barely scratched the surface of the possibilities before us. Truly, we must be life-long learners, continually embracing with hand and heart what mind and spirit will reach out for, good servants that they are of our personal growth.
Perhaps the sweetest thing has been how much fun this has been! A huge and joyful aloha hug to all of you who have written, commented, dreamed and learned with us this month.
In this, our regular monthend recap, I’ll just briefly call your attention to yesterday’s post, Joyful Jubilant Learning, done to index our Lifelong Learning Forum for our Lōkahi Column (to the right) where you can hereafter find it most easily—there are a lot of keepers there,
64 84 and counting!
Let’s look at some other things which have happened this month, just in case they slipped by you.