Written by Michell, translated by Sabrina Wong
Adults have been putting a lot of effort teaching children to enjoy learning and not to get attached to the results.
Schools have been organizing activities, telling children to enjoy the learning process and not to focus too much on the marks.
In fact, children enjoy learning and exploring by nature. From the moment they are born, they start observing and learning. They interact with the world in their unique way. They learn how to walk and how to speak naturally. They learn through doing things repeatedly, such as, saying something or doing/playing something repeatedly for days/months, until they master it or they feel it’s enough. To them, there is so much fun in learning and they know nothing about results and marks. They simply do what they enjoy. To them, there are so many new things in this world waiting for them to explore, and all new experiences spark them with joy.