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‘Too old’ to learn? Never!
Recently I downsized from a house with a large yard to a smaller townhouse. Everything was so convenient in the new home, except that the furniture arrangement on the main floor left no room for my stereo, which I had previously used to play CDs. I consulted a sound technician to see how to make room for the stereo components and install hidden speakers. He told me the “way of the future” was for me to copy my CDs onto my computer, play them on a wireless speaker, and control what I played from anywhere in my house with a cellphone. Very convenient, right?
It didn’t feel that way to me. Sometimes I think technology is advancing faster than I’ll ever keep up. I just master one thing, and my children tell me I must learn another. Sometimes I want to throw up my hands and coast along as is, not trying new things because it is too much work. But when I think about what I’ve learned in Christian Science about my real identity, I realize I don’t want, or need, to accept this position.