Learning changes us. According to neurologists, whenever we read something new, when we think a new thought, when we perform a new action, when we hear, smell, taste, touch, or see something that we haven’t experienced before, it changes the structure of our brain; it changes us. Some suggest we are what we eat. Some say we are what we do, or what we feel, or what we think. There is truth in all of these suggestions. Today we understand that much of who we are, is determined by our genes. But we also know that learning and development is how we grow as individuals. So, If neuroscience is right, then WE ARE WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED.