Learning is almost a synonym for growing. No matter how old we are and how good we have been, nothing on earth will stop us from learning and growing. Infants stretch their speaking and walking skills every day. The process may be the most challenging task in their lifetime. Learning is the nature of human beings, and only dead men would stop learning—even a limp elderly needs to learn to manage his wheelchair. Just as we encourage the kids in school to always stretch their learning further, teachers should also be continuous learners. The kids consider their teachers good, not because of their shining track record in particular subjects or areas. They are appreciated for their willingness to constantly explore new ideas, new teaching methods, and new activities to serve the kids best. Sometimes we may prefer to teach in a skilled and accustomed mentality to avoid looking awkward, even if we know the advantages of the new teaching mentality. Yet, Infants learn the fastest. They walk, they fall, they get up, and again they fall, for they never care about humiliation. “I do not consider myself to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forget what is behind and reach forward to what is ahead. －Philippians 3:13″ The capacity to learn is a gift; The willingness to learn is a choice. Learning and growing are a blessing from the Lord.