Updated: Aug 17
Working on my portuguese I came across one of those subtle pearls of wisdom one can only appreciate having observed it as a recurring theme. The article recommended that while there are general rules to follow initially, experience should be the ultimate guide.
Specifically it mentioned frequent learning practice "allows the brain to pick up patterns that can't always be described in words". I love this sentence because I have seen its truth in language, in dance, in investment, and in matters of the heart.
Plus I feel like this is one truth for dealing with the challenges we face daily. That when it comes to business, social discourse (or civic responsibility), culture, style, and learning, not everything of value can be vocalised.