We used to say that change is inevitable. These days, however, it might be more accurate to say, change is continual. How well we cope with change depends not only on how easily we learn new things but even more so on how well we can unlearn. Letting go of our minds' old hard-wired habit patterns and unlearning what no longer serves us helps create space for new learning to emerge. --Guri
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Editor's Note: We used to say that change is inevitable. These days, however, it might be more accurate to say, change is continual. How well we cope with change depends not only on how easily we learn new things but even more so on how well we can unlearn. Letting go of our minds' old hard-wired habit patterns and unlearning what no longer serves us helps create space for new learning to emerge. --Guri
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With schools going online in India, kids in underprivileged communities are at the greatest risk of falling behind when they re-open. This couple offers free classes on the sidewalk to those in need.
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A busy single mom who runs her own business learns to receive from others. Usually, the giver herself, but this time friends and family step in during her time of need.
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Hugs You're never too old to learn new things. Masako Wakamiya noticed the lack of fun games for seniors. After learning to code at 81, she created her own game app for fellow seniors.
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