Do you increase in your knowledge everyday?
Or do you remain the same,and think there is no more knowledge to be learned?
Yes, I increase my knowledge every single day. Anyone who think he know everything is an idiot, even wise men doesn't know everything! We learn each day little by little and it is impossible to learn everything.
I know there's more knowledge to learn, but I don't attempt to learn more every day. I did find out today that carrots were not always orange in color. That was news to me. Besides that, other than Facebook knowledge about various friends and family members, I don't make it a habit to go out of my way to learn a new fact.
I feel thatI learn something everyday--in life AND on hubpages!
I think I learn something new everyday, just by living my life and interacting with others. There are always new things to learn.
Yes I do. I try to learn something everyday from my text book, teacher, newspaper and internet. Everybody knows that, knowledge is like a ocean. It has no end.
Zig Ziglar is my ideal he is 85 now and still learning everyday he is increasing in knowledge and still very motivated. i recommending reading my work.
Answer to your question is,
STAY HUNGRY, STAY FOOLISH
Knowledge is such a vast thing. The more I learn, the more I become aware of my ignorance. Keep learning, keep growing.
The day I stop learning will be the day I die. I try to learn a new word every day to increase my vocabulary. It seams the older I get the more I want to learn new things.
well the more i study the more i realize how little i know!
There is always a learning curve for everyone if he keeps his intentions of the same.
Somebody who learns nothing each day unfortunately is DEAD, period!
Yes, especially since I started on Hubpages, through reading the hubs of others and writing about things that I need to research to learn more about!
I learn more every day, and with every piece of information I learn I realize the less that I know. Which, of course, leads me to study even harder.
I make every attempt to gain new awareness, knowledge and experience.
aboslutely! I learn from fellow hubbers daily. It is a great!
Is it even possible to go through a day and learn nothing?
For me I would say the answer is absolutely not. I do make an effort to learn every day but even if I didn't I can't imagine how I could avoid it.
I guess if I stayed in bed and didn't open the blinds, read a book, turn on the news or my computers or leave my room I could pass 24 hours without learning but I would also have to turn off my mind, and it never shuts up.
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