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The role of education in holistic development - part 1
« on: May 12, 2016, 04:56:20 PM »
Whatever is said is a Proposal, Verify it on Your Own Right – on the basis of your Natural Acceptance.

A dialogue between me and you, to start with It soon becomes a dialogue within your own self.

The role of education is to facilitate the development of the competence to live with Definite Human Conduct. Conduct in accordance with one's Natural Acceptance.

Think on it.

Out of the three types of fear, which is predominant for you?
   Fear of Natural Calamities
   Fear of Wild Animals
   Fear of the Inhuman Behaviour of Human Being
Is this on the increase or decrease?

If Literacy is increasing, the fear of the Inhuman Behaviour of Human Being is also increasing…

A news report showed that in India by 2011 literacy is increased by 74%. But values are declined day by day.

The role of education-reformation is to facilitate the development of the competence to live with Definite Human Conduct.

Now the question is that who is responsible to make it available?
Parents, Teachers, Society?

If we want to provide such education-reformation, what would be the basic requirements?

We can examine us,
Is Human Relationship Important?
What do we all want?
Do we want to be happy?
Do we want to be prosperous?
Do we want the continuity of happiness and prosperity?
Are we happy?
Are we prosperous?
Is there continuity of our happiness and prosperity?

Is our effort
–   For continuity of happiness and prosperity?
–   Just for accumulation of physical facility?
Have we assumed that happiness and prosperity will be ensured when we have enough physical facility?
What effort are we making for continuity of happiness and prosperity, other than accumulation of physical facility?

We can think about that

The unhappiness in our family is
   More due to lack of physical facility or
   More due to lack of fulfillment in relationship?
How much time and effort are we investing:
   For physical facility
   For fulfillment in relationship

The answer is that the unhappiness is more due to lack of fulfillment in relationship. Most of the time and effort is spent for physical facility.
For human being physical facility is necessary but relationship is also necessary.
On examining carefully, we find that this is a fundamental difference between animals and human being?
Physical facility is necessary for animals and necessary for human being also. But it is adequate for animal, not for human being.


Courtesy: Prof. Kumar Samvab