When you start loving what you are learning, it will no longer look like work. Everything will fall in place after that. Just fall in love. --A. K. Raha

Competing with Love

Competing with Love

Mar 3, 2012-- "I had a hard time with most of my subjects, especially math. One day, after looking at my grades, my father had a heart-to-heart chat with me. He said, 'The way to crack your subjects is to fall in love with them. When you start loving what you are learning, it will no longer look like work. Everything will fall in place after that. Just fall in love.' I was in sixth grade around then, and decided to take him seriously and literally said, 'I love you' to my math textbook. Then, something strange happened. I actually fell in love. I started enjoying the mystery behind each geometric question, soaking in it, and experiencing joy when I was able to solve it. Over the years, it got to a point where I would finish all the exercises in the textbook in a day." On the art of competing with love: (15789 reads)


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