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Anyone who stops learning is old


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I agree! I love learning. The brain needs to be exercised just as much as the rest of the body. Some of my favorite books are manuals on holistic living & health. How to keep my family as well as my pets healthy. I’m big into preventing as I believe in the An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Other books I have are for Preppers. Always good to have a wide variety of knowledge.

You can learn by other means such as playing a game, learning a new skill, etc.

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I'm not sure if you can't get old by learning as there are many people that continued to learn right up until they died, but I do like the concept this is trying to say.  Education and learning is so important and it is actually a major issue I have with so many people as we have this grand internet to research/learn anything, but they just don't more often than not.

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I love to learn!! I am so happy that I have the internet at my fingertips, because I'm constantly looking up things that I question and want to find answers to. I wish I had it when I was younger because I might have gotten more involved in the sciences and gone to a different school than art school, which I loved, it's just that I think I might have been drawn to a different career if I had easier access to more scientific studies than the library.

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Admittedly, part of the reason why I join certain websites, is to learn things from those places that I would have otherwise been ignorant about. Same thing with reading. If I don't find something interesting to read, I miss out on an opportunity to learn.

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No matter how old you get, you can never stop learning especially if you tend to use the internet or even read. There is always something out there that you can learn. 

I am always saying when I learn something I had no clue about before how "You learn something new every day" and it's not just a saying, it is very much true. 

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