Also, there are other social science subjects that were valuable for me to learn as well.
For example, I was fortunate to have taken classes in psychology during my earlier years in college.
These experiences are truly irreplaceable and I would not trade them for anything.
If I could go back in time and speak to my much younger self when I was first asked the question, “What has been your best experience?
I had always wanted to know more about psychology since I have found the human mind and how it works and develops very interesting.
I have learned about the process by which the brain develops during infancy and childhood, the concept of repressed memories, and how distorted those memories become over time.
But often, it is not until your adult life that you go through many of your most valuable events.
Some, for instance, may find their time in the military to be of utmost importance to them, while others sometimes find that their experience as a parent was the most rewarding one they have had.
From this experience, I have learned many interesting things about the cultures in which these religions are typically followed.
Learning about many different religious ideas and practices in other areas of the world, like meditation, reincarnation, and the worshipping of multiple deities, has been valuable to me because it has cleared up some misconceptions I had, thus allowing me to be less ignorant on the topic.