4) relearning - Deepstash

4) relearning

When you experience new people and places, you clear your head of useless clutter in your mind.

It’s the best thing because relearning allows you to use those new experiences and process them in your mind to update your existing knowledge about something or learn new things and improve yourself.

At the same time, it’s difficult. You need to be open to new and different perspectives and opinions and learn to accept ideas and concepts that go against your general/old understanding.

It’s also difficult to create an environment, both physically and mentally, that allows easy relearning.

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Hi! I'm Anu, 18 year old in love with reading, writing and being creative. I also love music and arts and crafts. The idea of spreading love, peace and happiness around keeps me going ♥️

In the morden chaotic world full of constant changes and forever hustle, unlearning has become much more useful and necessary to thrive and make a mark. No matter what you're doing in life, it will become a necessity - now or in the near future.

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