Should teachers or parents work harder to improve kid’s educations?

Asked By: Dollyismyleader 41-45, F  37 minutes ago

Posted by Me Dec 11th, 2013 at 5:56PM

Yes, we should.
KIds’ future is also our future, the world future. The better they are educated, the happier mankind will enjoy heaven on earth.
For educating, we must redo our learning.
We must get the true knowledge about the high destiny of man. He does not exist like other creatures, but he lives to carry forward an ever-advancing civilization on earth.
In former times, only members of ruling families could get some limited education for governing. Today, all individuals must get a proper education to act as world citizens in shouldering the mission of building a new world of peace, prosperity and progress for all mankind.
Concept of man as evolved monkey to serve national interest is outdated. Now we are able to understand the immense universe and the immortality of the human soul. We must shoulder greater responsibilities on world organization and on mastership over nature.
Schools with curricula of the previous centuries are no longer suitable. We may start with groups of few kids at any open spot to consult about new concepts. It might be better if we can use Internet for reference.
Yes, all must redo our education.


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Abdul-Baha says:

 It will be noted that the divine teachers of all ages in their efforts to direct man’s attention to God have assumed a spiritual title symbolic of their teachings.

Baha’u’llah unsealed the holy books and revealed laws through which mankind can attain to a high state of spiritual civilization. These new laws will go into effect after the great readjustment, when wars, cataclysms, famine, labor troubles, etc., have done their work of equalization!

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 7)


 Parents and teachers

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To guide kids today


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