THE LEARNING CURVE

Tuesday, July 10, 2018



At first it seems straightforward. After a brief examination of the genitals, the baby is assigned a gender. But look more closely, and this simple idea begins to unravel.

For example, society thinks men are more active than women, and women are better talkers. But biology suggests there is no clear distinction between male and female brains. 

Gender means the social, psychological and behavioural aspects of being male or female.

How much of our gender identity is related to our nature or how we are nurtured?

Learning in the medical sciences just causes a mind disruption, if not checked. Sometimes I wonder why I subscribed to some of these research journals like the one I quoted above.

When I recall the verse "... Festus said with a loud voice, Paul, thou art beside thyself; much learning doth make thee mad.".... I tend to believe.

I'm an avid reader and I like to learn new things. But sometimes, running away from learning seems the best advice.

Yea! I love research and this involves lots of questions to be asked, in a bid to generate answers.

But what are the limits?

I can't answer that question for you.

Personally, as long as my faith in God does not come crashing down, I'm good to go.

Just remember, wisdom is profitable to direct especially with all the information passed across on social media.

For every post that does not align with who you are, you have the right to sieve it. If the effect has a negative impact on you, leave the group, unfriend or block that source.

I have learned a lot from people that I have never met on social media. But at the same time, I'm so close to the "block" button when occasion demands.

A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels.

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