A quality man constantly learns to liveЛейсан Зиннатуллина
“Live and learn!” Is a well-known phrase that every inhabitant of the post-Soviet space knows, and it is mistakenly attributed to Vladimir Lenin.
The author of the original phrase – Lucius Annieus Seneca, and the aphorism itself sounds like this: “Live and learn how to live”.
The author of the doctrine of quality man Ildus Chukmarov, in turn, says: “Live for ages – learn to live a high quality life!”.
One of the signs of a quality man is that he constantly learns to live. At each age and at each moment in time, in each situation and condition, a person must learn to live with the internal and external changes that occur to him and around him. He lives his earthly life for the first time and once. This is the hallmark of a quality person as compared to a reasonable person, who, as a rule, declare, as soon as they learn to say: “Do not teach me how to live.” The reluctance to learn from our own and others’ mistakes leads to the emergence of a mass of undesirable events in life, unfortunately, some of them lead to irreversible consequences for the person himself and (or) his social and physical environment. A quality person learns to live in all life situations and for the rest of his life.