Learning ought to be a continuous thing. There is a phenomenon called Long-life learning. We all ought to be a life-time apprentice when it comes to learning new things. An apprentice could be termed as a novice or amateur. We are all inexperienced and amateurs in one area or the other. Hence, when you stop learning, you start dying.
May 1 of every year is Workers’ Day, a day where every worker observes rest from their work. Rest is very important in life, just as a break was very important in schooling. God demonstrated this for us, when He worked for six days, and he rested from all His works on the seventh day.
Consistent usage of a particular thing encourages maintenance. Our mouths are being used everyday for eating, that is why they are brushed and washed twice a day, or at least once a day. Our whole bodies are being used daily – legs are used to walk, hands are used to carry things, …. That is why we give them a thorough bath daily. What we don’t use, we stand to lose.