Today the World is becoming a superficial place. Our time appoints the absurd, making social networks as a real-world by a considerable part of the younger generations.
It is a virtual reality, more precise than high-definition video games, more addictive and harmful to the mind and the body.
This fake reality indeed kills the neurons converting people into zombies led by a leader of unknown appearance.
Ignorance acts as the lock, and manipulation working as the key entering every mind. Then, it hacks and promotes war even over the most absurd topic that any influencer shares in a post.
The social network profile becomes an epicentre of empty universes, universes that conflict with the real-life, where, as in the war, leads to the destruction of entire generations.
Using actualized tools, but the same indoctrination mechanisms used in the world wars. Again, the end justifies it, annulling individuals’ conscience and making them members of the social mass.
Even though each social profile is seemingly unique, there is no perspective on what life is in its essence. The network is a game that only favours some private interests.
We know the truth: countries born from interests, wars arise, passions move. Interests motivate greed. Greed sooner or later destroys life. Life, which, without a doubt, is the only thing we have.
Blood wars are no longer an option in our time across the rich countries. New wars are too expensive and risky.
Wars are now abstract. Wars involve factual powers whose shadow is unknown and whose attacks are directed to control the terrestrial and the extraterrestrial.
The end of empires has never come. In our time, empires are mainly commercial, managing everything that allowed us to be free.
Now empires dictate what to be and how to be.
Indeed, commercial or blood, all war implies the destruction of every trace that makes us human.
Every war, directly and indirectly, destroys our soul and breaks the only thing we take when we leave.
War destroys what we have lived and what we will no longer discover for ceasing to be ourselves.
There are not strong leaders to help us. Corruption and secrets are always leaked by someone who is behind the scenes.
We are the unique leaders of our time; we are the bosses of our destiny.
We must not perish. Responding to Hamlet, the worthiest thing for the soul is to fight for our fortune, live our lives, and rebel against this wild sea of misery.
The only thing that saves us from interest, the only thing that separates us from greed, the only thing that allows us to see reality is education.
However, all education is written by the victors and not by the vanquished. Our salvation involves investigating, delving into every little remorse and lack of meaning of our multiple thoughts.
The only thing that educates us is ourselves.
What do I mean when I say “Education for Life?” I can present the problem and the solution. The problem is that people in traditional forms of education usually approach it from the standpoint of just preparing a person for a job. But one’s job isn’t the definition of one’s life—it’s only that which enables you to have enough money to meet your needs. Our lives encompass a much broader arena than one’s capacity to earn money. Any educational system that teaches only job skills or offers only intellectual information is neglecting the essential needs of human beings. The solution is a form of education that trains us in that which is most relevant to us—how to find lasting happiness in life.
We deeply need proper training in “how-to-live” skills such as how to find the right mate, how to raise our children, how to be a good employee, how to get along with our neighbors, and how to concentrate our minds so that we can draw success into all our endeavors. There are many such skills that are essential to prepare a child for adulthood, and in traditional education many of them are completely ignored. Education for Life is a system that prepares the child to face the challenges of living as a human being, and helps him to achieve balance and harmony in all he does. What we’re really talking about is preparing everyone, not just children, for true maturity. This is a much bigger concept than just coming of age. As defined it in the book, Education for Life, maturity is the ability to relate appropriately to other realities than one’s own. You’ll find that even people of advanced years are often childish and immature with regard to this definition, yet this ability to relate to others’ realities is what education should accomplish.