marty wrote:So the idea may be to find something challenging and engaging without engendering fear of failure.
Learning a musical instrument is a possibility, especially if you don't mind never amounting to much with it.
Another approach I enjoy is watching lectures from The Great Courses.
There is no attendence taken. There are no tests. But the lectures are not fluff. The quality and content are really good.
It may sound like a lot to pay $30-40 or more for a course, but they are usually 24 hours of lectures done by excellent teachers in half hour increments. Most courses include a small textbook.
The courses go on sale all of the time. Plus some can be purchased on Amazon, sometimes used.
I encourage everyone to at least look at the courses available. You are bound to find something you'd like.
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