I hate to cut you short, but employers care far more about "I am attaching my resume in response to your recent announcement that you are looking for a [state the name of the position that's open and that you are applying for]" than for philosophizing/platitudes like "Learning is a lifelong process"
Do yourself a favor and keep your focus on the employer and the employer's need. When talking about yourself, the focus of your communication is exclusively on how your qualifications meet the prospective employer's needs.
Think of employers as babies. All babies ever think about is "Me, me, me ..." :) Babies are interested in you only insofar that you mean something good for them and are able to provide them with instant gratification :) Babies have a horribly short attention span, so if you say or do anything that's not of immediate interest and impact to them, you just lost their attention. Plan, coordinate and articulate your response accordingly.
I take it that you are asking your question because you are looking for a way to stand out. Here is one much more effective way (I am plagiarizing myself here):
"Employers rarely read your resume without reading your cover letter. One good way to stand out is to mention in your cover letter that you are pursuing an interest or area of interest of yours that just happens to push a hot button of theirs :) For example, if you are one of those who say that you love Python, that you are trying to be as close to being a crack Python programmer and that's how you got crazy about Machine Learning, your days as an unemployed individual are numbered :)"
And what if you don't have an area of interest that would push a prospective employer's hot button? Answer: go out and find yourself one! Otherwise, what are you doing in this field?