Lifetime Learning


“The need for lifelong learning is underscored in the Buddhist principle of impermanence–that all things are changing all the time. What we learned in our youth requires ongoing refreshment, addition, and refinement if we are to engage actively and intelligently in the affairs of our times.

Extensive testimony reflects an enrichment of life through ‘learning for the joy of learning.’ Priorities include daily exercise, good eating habits, unmedicated sleep, spending time with optimistic people, and undertaking new and ambitious activities.

Lifelong learning contributes to satisfying and meaningful lives, lives of spirited independence and dignity. Seasoned adults appreciate that making their mark is a continuing process and that the full realization of one’s potential takes a lifetime.”

~Dr. Mary G.F. Bitterman, president of the Bernard Osher Foundation and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes


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