9 months ago
Last edited at 11:42PM on 6/18/2013
I love learning about the different ideas and opinions of others, especially in terms of philosophy. It's amazing how you can learn so much about yourself even simply by learning about others, and it always sparks my thinking. I've always loved learning about animals as well. :)
Of course, CJ, I can't give you just one thing. LOL God's love and mercy. I keep thinking I know all about it and then He surprises me again. The way people act and react. And I love learning about animals. And the psychology of animals fascinates me. For instance, how much if certain animals are treated like children, as opposed to animals, they act like children. It just blows me away.
Anything to do with writing and poetry also with feelings, dark emotions, and with how minds can think to the point of being confusing and interesting. Similar to Psychology I guess it would be accounted for or considered as.
I really like learning about Civics, because I enjoy hearing about certain situations going on in the country and I like making my own opinions on it. :) I also like learning about Biology...just cause, haha. Because I want to be an English professor and a writer, I obviously enjoy learning literature, too!
I love learning health facts about my diets, brain, heart, and eyes! It's so interesting to figure out all the secrets about them.
I love also learning about celebrity's and how they became famous, what they first starred in, whos there parents, where they used to live, who old were they when they became famous, how old they are now, ya know, the cool junk (;
The list is unending. Right now I am really in to history during the medieval and renaissance eras, also learning basket weaving, trying to learn how to knit and crochet better and I am always learning more about diet and nutrition...hey no one said I was exciting LOL
I find other cultures fascinating. How people of different cultures think about the same subject. For example, there's a tribe (I forget where, but I think it's an island) where women take several mates, just as some tribes have multiple women as partners. Why is it okay in one culture, but not another? Why do some cultures only allow one spouse and no sharing? Love considering those questions. I'd learn more about animals, but there is usually something sad involved in the information and I can't stand that. I know I miss out on a lot of education that I would find fascinating, but can't take the sad stuff. It stays with me for years.
9 months ago
Last edited at 5:36AM on 6/19/2013
Oh, I love learning about ancient history and culture and historical architecture. Love visiting historical sights. I plan on visiting La Segrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain after high school graduation. I'm already a master at ancient Roman history, and the Aztecs, Incas, and Mayans are something I really want learn about.
I like the opportunities to keep learning new things. Every project we work on is different than the last. There is a lot of variety. I also like that we work on projects all over the world. Sometimes we get to travel to new places and we often work with people from different cultures, which I love. :)
I love to learn different things and ideas which makes me happy but in a good way. I love also to travel places which makes me realized how beautiful world it can be and how bless I am to see all this things.