Why bother about the union between a noun and an adjective when you don’t know what a verb looks like?
How can you create lovely sounds when you can’t differentiate musical notes?
There is a reason why we started our journey in kindergarten.
Kindergarten (German) means children’s garden. A garden captures the journey of a seed into tiny flowers in a nursery pot.
In the garden, seeds are nourished, nurtured and nursed until they are ready for the unpredictable clime of the forest.
In kindergarten, you learnt the basics. From alphabets to numbers to drawings to speech; all layers of the human faculty were stirred and engaged by seemingly simple tasks.
Kindergarten so important and that’s why it’s at the base. Yes, it precedes everything else.
We learn the alphabets before creating sentences.
We learn how to make bricks before we build.
We learn logic before we start to code.
If there is anything so important that deserves your steadied focus all the time – it is learning the basics.
Everything can go wrong when you ignore the basics, you can’t perform at your best.
Of what importance is the height of a skyscraper with a faulty base, it is going to collapse anyway.
So, why not take some time and focus on the basics.
When you master the basics, you can do exploits and replicate success.
It’s easy to dream about being the world’s best musician when you know how the musical notes work.
And knowing nouns, verbs, and adjectives even in their disguised apparels can make a hell of a writer out of you.
Go back to the basics.