Success versus Learning
I looked up success versus learning because some success can be considered just learning by the successful...what I found was really quite funny!
So success as a noun or rather a proper noun is "a town in Arkansas"
and learning is "(unaccountable) an act in which something is learned" per my research leading to a comparison site of words wikiidif. If you want a versus this and that I don't say I recommend it, I will say it worked when I did a search for words that we seem to use so easily when describing yet are actually not truthful in description.. Though I went there for a different reason, I just thought of WA and was I using the word success wrong when I should just use learning? Looking at learning in a different manner such as; " it took me a long time to get to a place where learning will lead to success". I still opt for learning as success. Without WA, learning would have continued in a cycle of unsuccessful ventures. Longer times to learn here and there and everywhere...without the support of the community and the wealth of education learned from training's and other members...??? Was there any quicker way to learn the DIY? :))
Lesson? Learning can be called success for certain people. I will include myself, since learning is a success one step at a time.
I am preparing for success one learning segment of success at a time! :)))
I hope you smiled, cracked a slight grin, I laughed when I read the town is named Success!!! No I don't wanna move there to say I live in Success!!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!