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Learning And Relearning Quotes By David Hallberg

When I went to Moscow, I felt I was relearning Swan Lake - which was written for the Bolshoi - and being immersed in a tradition and history I had never experienced. It took a while to adjust to living there and learning the language, but now I have lots of friends. I get the best of two completely different worlds. — David Hallberg

Learning And Relearning Quotes By Oli Anderson

Most arguments are about programming; most resolutions are reached through a process of unlearning then relearning. — Oli Anderson

Learning And Relearning Quotes By Meghan O'Rourke

When we are learning the world, we know things we cannot say how we know. When we are relearning the world in the aftermath of a loss, we feel things we had almost forgotten, old things, beneath the seat of reason. — Meghan O'Rourke

Learning And Relearning Quotes By Pearl Zhu

A programmable mind embraces mental agility, to practice "de-learning" and "relearning" all the time. — Pearl Zhu

Learning And Relearning Quotes By LIZ

Life is about learning new things and relearning old things. — LIZ

Learning And Relearning Quotes By Emma Cline

There are ways I made sense of my mother later. How fifteen years with my father had left great blanks in her life that she was learning to fill, like those stroke victims relearning the words for car and table and pencil. The shy way she looked for herself in the oracle of the mirror, as critical and hopeful as an adolescent. Sucking in her stomach to zip her new jeans. — Emma Cline

Learning And Relearning Quotes By William James

The man whose acquisitions stick is the man who is always achieving and advancing whilst his neighbors, spending most of their time in relearning what they once knew but have forgotten, simply hold their own. — William James