A conversation with a friend or a passing stranger, an observation, entering a new situation, learning from successes, adapting when plans may fall through….
I marvel at the kinds of lessons we can learn about ourselves and others from our everyday experiences if we keep our hearts & minds open.
Much like The People Who Inspire Series, Lessons from Life’s Classroom will be a recurring series on Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian (N.A.H.). Within this series of posts I will strive to share insight I gain through experiencing “small” things that can teach large lessons.
This post will continually be updated as more posts are added to the series, some with the Lessons from Life’s Classroom tagline added, some without. Thanks for Reading!
Wishing you all Grace & Peace,
From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins, MSW
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