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Spirituality * Children and Grown-Ups: Spirituality and trusting the (w)holy spirit helped many freedom fighters, humanitarian activists, saints and martyrs to be brave. Jesus Christ, Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Dr. Ambedkar and other humanitarian activists of the world searched for spiritual solace to fight for justice. Many humanitarian activists studied and discussed philosophical, mystical, spiritual and religious content in a brave and discerning manner. One such mystical poet was Khalil Gibran. The following is a discussion of inspirational quotations by Khalil Gibran, a mystical poet who grew up in Lebanon. Spirituality * Inspiring Quotations and Discussion: Studying and discussing inspiring quotations by mystical poets can make us more wiser, discerning and brave. The following is an awesome quotation from the poet Khalil Gibran. Read and ponder upon it.
Spirituality for children and grown-ups can make human beings wiser, braver and assertive. We need to study and discuss all spiritual and religious content in a discerning manner. Mahatma Gandhi showed that human beings can fight for justice and freedom in a non-violent manner. Gandhi studied the Bible, Bhagvad Gita, Upanishads, Mahabharata and other religious, spiritual, philosophical and epic content. Human beings need to discuss and study such content in a discerning manner as it can be manipulated by sinister forces. The Upanishads and the Mahabharata consist of mesmerizing stories like the Enchanted Pool or rather Haunted Pool which also help students to be assertive when they are fighting for justice. Many freedom fighters, saints and other human beings were persecuted and sent into exile. In the “Enchanted Pool” or rather Haunted Pool story, five siblings were … Continue reading
Spirituality can help human beings to go through life’s difficult phases with bravery. Spirituality can also help human beings to fight for a just, humanitarian, socialist, democratic and sustainable society. We need to study, discuss and read quotations from all the world religions in a discerning manner. We also need to speak, study and discuss spiritual practices of tribal groups in a discerning manner. As religion, philosophy, spirituality and science can be manipulated, it is important to be discerning. The following are wonderful and inspiring quotes from the Bible in which Jesus Christ, a brave humanitarian activist, stood up against crass “high priests and teachers of the law.” “Jesus was led by a wicked force to be tempted. The tempter said, “If you are the child of the (w)holy spirit, tell these stones to become bread.” … Continue reading
Spirituality helps human beings to be wise and brave. Many saints, martyrs and freedom fighters were spiritual. Mother Theresa, who was known as a “living saint,” helped many poor and vulnerable people along with her wonderful volunteers and friends. Mahatma Gandhi, who is admired and respected by many people all over the world studied the Bhagvad Gita, Upanishads, Bible and other religious and philosophical musings. He showed that human beings can bravely fight for justice in a non-violent manner. Buddhism also helps us ponder life’s mysteries and helps us stay brave and calm through meditation. Muslim, Sikh, Judaism and other such religious and philosophical musings also needs to be studied and discussed in a discerning manner. Native American, Sufi, African and other indigenous, folk and tribal practices and activities also consist of soothing music and dances. So, we … Continue reading
In India, due to the problem and dominance of crass privatization of the education system, good quality government neighbourhood schools are very few. In Kerala, the rather idealistic democratic and socialist (Marxist led) government came to power after the freedom struggle. This led to more equitable distribution of land and the establishment of well-run neighbourhood government schools. Thus, Kerala is one of the most literate states in India with good human development indices. Also, in other states, dedicated and passionate Christian-run schools provided some semblance of relatively good quality education to the “middle class” and poor. In fact, at least, the Northeastern states are also one of the more literate states. However, this was unfortunately usurped by wicked vested interests and sinister privatization forces. Narendra Modi, Amit Shah and their intimidating group are now trying to torment poor and vulnerable … Continue reading
Privatization of education is a disturbing trend in our pseduo-socialist and democratic republic of India. It is a form of neo-imperialism in another avatar. In this amazing but heavily exploited country of India, privatization is a sad reality. It is good that our freedom fighters have passed away. At least, they will rest in peace in paradise or maybe dare to come back to Earth with renewed courage to fight the evil of privatization in society. However, this privatization existed in Indian society even before the exploitation by British imperialists. Now, the Indian-avatar imperialists are ruling the roost. In fact, Jesus Christ was one of the earliest human rights activists who challenged privatization. In a real socialist and democratic country, taxpayer’s money needs to go into the pursuit of true education which is a basic human right and for … Continue reading