In The Function of Education Jiddu Krishnamurti argues that the purpose of education is to prepare people for life. That is done by making students feel free, so that they can think freely, and won’t conform to society. Society is...
Many children in the United States grow up with their parents reading aloud some sort of Dr. Seuss book. They can distinctly recognize the rhymes and identify the illustrations, his signatures.
The growing popularity of the law of attraction is unquestionable; however it's philosophies and results it has brought to the world leave much to be desired, and should be questioned.
Google Reflective morality is the type of morality that exhibits doubts about the basic moral judgments that are evident in our society. It challenges the correctness of the whole moral system by seeking proof for every statement the system poses....
After completing their studies, students lead the nation. Good students are an asset to their society, and these qualities will help them both thrive during and after school.
In a few thousand years, what will they know about us? Everything now, it seems, is slap-dash and ephemeral. Our expertise is no longer preserved in stone for those who come after us. Rather, it's becoming increasingly digital, convenient, commercial, or mass-produced.
The courage of individuals are being tested more today than ever before. We no longer need to feel victimized. Find courage in the little things and the big things will take care of themseves.
"Good Words" are spreading all over HubPages and beyond. We practice our faith by tuning ourselves to God’s music, thereby learning to walk in faith.
Reason and faith have long been considered opposites by many Christians. In this article I present faith and reason in a way that leads to a Reasonable Faith and a balanced spiritual life.