Just embrace the joy of learning

SOCIETY often suppresses the curiosity and inquisitiveness that are crucial for navigating our complex world. Embracing a polymathic approach, i.e. exploring and celebrating diverse skills, can prepare us better for future challenges.

Polymaths are individuals who excel in a significant number of subjects or fields. One well known polymath is the Italian Renaissance painter, sculptor, architect and engineer Leonardo Da Vinci. Known for his masterpieces like the Mona Lisa and his extensive notes on engineering and human anatomy, Da Vinci demonstrated the seamless integration of art and science.

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