Posted by admin May 5th, 2013

Studying is a part of life. Even when school ends, our studying continues throughout life. We study the scenes we see and the information we gain from television. We scrutinize the information we receive from radio shows, podcasts, and music. If we pass by a house that catches our interest, we study its architecture, its color, its decorations. With things that we have studied before, like a movie that we have already watched, or a book we have already read, we happen to catch new details that we might have missed before. I liked school because I got to learn new things every day. Studying for exams was of course the grunt work, but it was one of the best feelings in the world once I received a good grade for working hard at studying. The most fun I had in school was in college. I definitely learned a lot those 4 years, both in academics and in general. Nevaline had to study a lot in the United Warriors Training Camp. But that environment is not the best at facilitating motivation to study.

“Master’s [Sjhong] teachings are worth more upon the battlefield than the memorization of weed classifications.” –Nevaline in Satchel & Sword I: The Search for the Saluka Stone.

What do you find fascinating? What is or was your favorite subject or class in school? What do you continue to learn about?

4 Responses

  1. Virginia says:

    The most fascinating subject to learn at school was Ancient History and Astronomy of the universe. I wanted to be an archaeologist but my parents could not financially help me, so I learned something else and finished that. Knowledge is the most rewarding feeling for a human being to have.

    • admin says:

      Ancient History and Astronomy are very interesting subjects. I also find time to read books and magazines about Astronomy and Physics. I am also starting to read about the story of Spartacus. I loved the show so much that I hope they do a spinoff of maybe the caesar character.

  2. Lucía says:

    I find health and biology fascinating and I love studying and learning how to help my daughter and other people with my research.

    • admin says:

      You are doing great work, Lucía. When people have the will to change things, to see things improve, it always benefits others.