|Landing Newslog: NCN: The Message Center|
1 comment19 Mar 2010 @ 09:06 by 111amrit : Planetary Education
In every country in the world we teach our children that they belong to a certain nation and religion. The fact that we all live on the same planet Earth is not taken into consideration. The result is that we raise people with narrow personal identification which can always be manipulated and used for violence and war with people of other nations and religions. In order to stop this centuries-long destruction we have to raise new generations that will first belong to the planetary society, and second to a certain nation or religion. The purpose of the Planetary Education is integration of different religions, nations and races with the introduction of a new subject in schools and universities worldwide named “Planetary Education”. The Planetary Education will grow with the integral way of experiencing life through harmonious development of rational and conscious experience of the world by children and students.
In the today’s educational system worldwide we mostly develop the rational analytic experience of the world, while the conscious synthetic experience if left aside. In order to strengthen the integration forces between people of this planet the scientific analytic experience needs to be enriched with conscious synthetic experience of the world. Conscious experience has a dimension of “sacredness”; one discovers his/her deep connectedness with other human beings, the nature and the universe. This experience of Oneness is the basis for a peaceful planetary society living in cohabitation with nature.
see more on my web site: www.vetrnica.net
Other entries in Information
11 Apr 2006 @ 09:06: Newslog: How to preview your articles before posting them
22 Feb 2006 @ 18:32: Newslog: Inserting pictures
22 Feb 2006 @ 18:26: Newslog: The picture gallery
23 Dec 2005 @ 20:38: Newslog: Formatting text and inserting links
9 Nov 2005 @ 22:56: Workgroups: the basics
12 Oct 2005 @ 18:27: Newslog: How to set it up and configure it
18 Sep 2005 @ 12:51: NCN: First steps