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  1. Nikus
    Studying history can also give us insight into why our culture does certain things, and how the past has shaped it into what we know now. This relates directly to our next reason why history is important, which is 2. History helps us understand change. History is a continuous documentation of our past, including great triumphs and grave. Reply
  2. Yomi
    Oct 27,  · When we are young we love mistakes, we make a ton of mistakes, and go out of our way to make even more mistakes. However, somewhere along the line there is a shift that changes the way we . Reply
  3. Dishicage
    When you make mistakes you open yourself up to the opportunity of learning something new that will help you make deeper progress along your journey. However, to make a lot of mistakes, and to learn as much as you possibly can along your journey requires that . Reply
  4. Tam
    Mar 17,  · Often, we don't know what we're capable of until we try. When you try and fail, despite the failure, you realize just how amazing you truly are and how much you can accomplish. Failure also builds. Reply
  5. Kajikree
    We learn from each other. We learn from others' mistakes, from their experience, their wisdom. It makes it easier for us to come to better decisions in our own lives. Reply
  6. Nir
    Your terrace, balcony, window sill etc over the next few weeks let's grow together, share our experiences, learn from our mistakes and by the end of it be proud that we can feed ourselves. Reply
  7. Mesida
    Oct 08,  · Learning from mistakes We all make mistakes, but when it comes to learning, if you’re not making mistakes, then you’re probably doing something wrong. Mistakes can make you a better learner because they force you to re-examine where you went wrong so that you can find a . Reply
  8. Brabei
    Apr 03,  · New York Times columnist Alina Tugend delivers an eye-opening big idea: Embracing mistakes can make us smarter, healthier, and happier in every facet of our lives. In this persuasive book, journalist Alina Tugend examines the delicate tension between what we’re told—we must make mistakes in order to learn—and the reality—we often get punished for goemorconamylobalbertcompgilcigu.coinfos: Reply

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