Every geinune learner always exhibits the attitude of humility.
He is never eager to show to people what he knows but seeks to know what he hasn’t known that he ought to know.
Contrariwise, a proud dummy quickly wants people to recognize what he has.
The practice of a true learner is observation.
He is always eager to pick lessons at every passing moment and event – nothing escapes his curious eyes.
The ear is not enough a medium of learning.
To make learning complete, the eye must be effectively engaged.