Learn and Grow
By their mid-thirties, most people have stopped acquiring new skills and new attitudes in any aspect of their lives. (John Gardner, author)
Pastor-author Charles Swindoll describes such people, “You’re fast becoming addicted to the narcotic of predictability . . . and the longer you persist, the greater will be the pain of withdrawal.” Life can continue to be exciting and adventuresome if we continue to read, study, travel, and talk—continually learning and growing.
Intelligent people are always ready to learn. Their ears are open for knowledge. (Proverbs 18:15)