Republished from Rivers of Consciousness, Last Modified: Friday, January 5, 2017: I remember myself when I got puzzled, frustrated and being doubtful about what my teacher told me something I did not expect. I had improved my behaviors. I had stopped making whatever loud voices in class while class was going on. I had stopped forgetting my bag anywhere. I had started doing my class-or-home-works more or less appropriately. Thanks to all the efforts put by my dedicated, committed and hardworking teachers, my transformers.
Collaboration has never being easy. Mutual work seems a bit far from us. We are unconsciously overwhelmed by the immeasurable noise infused by the corporeal business out there. Trying to cope with the fast moving individualism we miss the big target – that is the essence of being human beings. There are few if not none, who stand by and try to uplift to those who are left behind. Knowingly or unknowingly we are immersed into a continuously overshadowing culture of individualism.
Republished from Rivers of Consciousness, Last Modified: Friday, December 30, 2016: I always believe that nothing is impossible and life is a store of opportunities. However, I never thought this kind of opportunity would come this soon and this way; the opportunity to be doing what I am doing right now. I am writing, like what I have been doing all my life through. Exactly like what you all dear readers have been doing, I have been writing on the pages of the book of life every unit of time since my birth. We call these records experiences.
Learning is developmental, progressive and continuous in nature. We make sense of our world by perceiving, assimilating, and accommodating new information, gained from formal education and/or from informal education like reading extra-curricular books, following Medias, surfing the Internet or from a talk with a friend.