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Do you find learning new things exhilarating or do you feel like learning is a tedious chore?

I love to learn new things. I'm an autodidact and I love to look things up that I don't know. It's so much fun to see different views on different subjects. I am constantly learning on this forum. New words are my favorite thing. I love English and Science the most. I find it awesome that I can retain a lot of information. I love a challenge and I also love sharing new things that I've learned to others who may not know of this or that. Do you love to learn? I'm not in school anymore. I feel like I could learn more on my own than to have to pay for it in college.

Sarahroo29 8 Jan 31

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I'll stop learning new stuff when I'm dead. Until then, bring on the knowledge!

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I love learning and it doesn't matter what it is, though I'm a little more enthusiastic about some things. The day I stop learning is the day when it becomes the time to step off the list of the living.

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I love learning, I learn every day.

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Depends if you are forced to learn something or whether you are learning something because it fascinates you. I always find new interests that fascinate me or intrigue me and that usually makes me do plenty of reading and start to learn ... it's really exhilarating to me. I can't imagine a life where I didn't learn something every day.

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Real life is much more entertaining than all the fiction in the world.

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It depends on what I'm learning.

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We learn, every day, whether we want or not....and from people of all races / ages / backgrounds....

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Give it to me what ever, I scuk in infromation like a thitsty sponge.

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I love to learn new things, but it also depends on what I'm learning. Youtube has been a great resource for how-to videos. I've also been taking a few courses through Udemy, when they have deals on some of their courses I'll sign up. I also try to find inexpensive workshops or meetings that I can go to. Creative projects, writing, and theater are my favorites.

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I love learning yet I hated school but I get to choose what may help me or seem to.

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It really depends on what it is I'm learning.

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I love to learn new things and I won't ever stop learning. Don't discount formal education though, it does force you to learn things that are outside your normal interests. Sometimes what you learn there will open a new area of learning.

Education is expensive however!

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Depends! On what it is I am learning - I cannot juggle with numbers or money to save my life. But creative expressive work would be great I would love to write a book.

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Learning is underrated. For me is something huge. Everyday we're able to learn something: New words, new ways to do something, new ways to see something... I indeed love learning!!!

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I love learning new things..I'm considering learning Latin..seriously.

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At 80. I still love learning..

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I only learn as per my interests, so there is no real effort involved, mostly enjoyment.

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Learning can be tedious but is very necessary.

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I like learning new things, but only when I am in the mood. Learning things when I am not in the mood doesn't stick

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I find learning new things to be exhilarating. Words are fun, but I have found using proper English makes some feel vacuous, so I refrain. In my writing I will not succumb to others' unwillingness to pick up a dictionary.

Gohan Level 7 Jan 31, 2018
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You're quite right.
Colleges and universities are almost scams because all that information is already free online, and most even Ivy League institutions have free online courses where you can get a degree.

A few examples I just googled:

[edx.org]

[coursera.org]

[edx.org]

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I find it exciting to learn something new.

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