Outward Bound Learning

I have heard that the best way to cure writer’s block is to write, however poor the writing turns out to be. And so precisely that’s what I am trying to do in this post, so my apologies. Also this insomnia is driving me crazy and in a bold step of trying to compile my own Linux kernel and trying to upgrade Ubuntu on that kernel, I ve rendered my laptop unbootable. So I am writing this post on a recently bought android based smartphone, ( was it boastful enough? No? Next time I should try harder. ) ๐Ÿ˜€
The thoughts which I would be pouring down in this post is related to the outward bound learning we underwent a couple of days back. We were taught some lessons on teamwork, honesty and other business ethics by the means of practice and introspection. But the doubt I have is how many of us will really follow, or even remember them. It’s normal human tendency to follow the habits which are embedded somewhere inside his/her subconscious, especially when we talk about habits that come into picture during the times of stress or panic, the times when we do before we think. We are not robots to follow a set of instructions each and everyday.
So if someone really wants to cultivate the good habits, he/she needs to practice them until it becomes a part of subconscious, once it becomes, its just one of our many habits which would surface naturally when the circumstances demand. It would then become a part of the personality!
The solace is in the fact that once something enters the mind with practical experience, it doesn’t go out so easily.


2 thoughts on “Outward Bound Learning

  1. Correct. But being honest and ethical isn’t something part of our habits since childhood… ๐Ÿ˜› atleast for you. And atleast you should spared ur phone ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Nicely and quickly put ๐Ÿ™‚

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