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Quotes in topic
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Education should not be a rigid system of production. This destroys creativity, innate genius, and Humanity. An education of Nurture is a need for a Conscious Planet.
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The significance of a teacher is not just to rattle off information, but to inspire and enhance each student as a human being.
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Education needs inspiration, not just information. Only inspired human beings can transform their own lives and lives around them.
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We have created education systems that are more like correctional centers, unfortunately. Children do not need to be corrected – they need to be nourished into greater possibilities.
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Teaching should not be a profession – it must be a passion. Only then can education move from imposition of facts to exploration of truth.
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Indian culture produced phenomenal human beings, because education was not about learning things but enhancing the human being. If human beings are sufficiently enhanced, they are able to learn whatever they want.
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Education in its true sense should be a tool to expand human perception and consciousness, not produce cogs for the larger machine.
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A teacher has to be inspirational, vibrant, and straight enough to create a thirst for knowledge, not just transmit information.
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Education should offer the joy of wondering about life, not give ready-made answers. Unfortunately, science is acquiring the qualities of Religion by moving towards Absolutism.
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A life of excess is not a good life. Excess of anything leads to perversion and depression.
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Our concept of education has to go beyond manufacturing cogs for the economic engine.
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Education should not be about molding children the way you want them, but about supporting their natural longing to know and blossom.
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Education is not just an accumulation of information but essentially about enhancing one’s ability to perceive.
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Learning is not about earning, but a way of flowering.
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Children don’t listen to you. They observe you.
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Learning per se is always liberating. What is frustrating is when it is imposed.
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Teaching should not be a profession - it must be a passion. Only then can education move from imposition of facts to exploration of truth.
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We must evolve society for women to play a rightful role - not through quotas or reservation but through education and empowerment.
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Education and spiritual process should not be in the hands of prejudiced minds. Prejudice means not seeing life the way it is.
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Teachers have the privilege to empower children. The spark of inspiration is what students value a teacher for all their lives.
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Mathematics did not get invented in a classroom. It is in the nature of the Universe.
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Education does not mean getting a certificate. It means enhancing yourself.
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The best thing you can do for your children is keeping them the way they were born - an active intelligence, no conclusions.
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For integrity to flourish in society, we have to nurture it - within ourselves, in our children, in our education system.