From our earliest years we are taught about life by our parents, teachers and those with whom we mix socially, or in work situations.
Some of us learn about life the hard way. We find it difficult to grasp the accepted teachings and theories and feel we have to experience things for ourselves, before we can say we have learned.
Others seem to be born with a silver spoon in their mouth, as the saying goes. They never seem to have any financial worries and things in life just magically always turn out right for them.
However, all this learning and compiling of knowledge and wisdom about life can quite often cloud our understanding about how we must learn to actually LIVE.
When our grand kids want to question us about our life, they will be more interested in how we lived our life rather that the life in which we lived.
I’m Peter Mack and that’s life.