G Times: What is teaching and education?


Author/Picture Design: Giselle

Translation: XiaoYu

Education, in a nutshell, is teaching and educating people. How the  people you nurture turn out depends on the book(s) your teach

So, what kind of education meets the development needs of our new Chinese Federation?

First of all, we must set a standard to ensure that the talents we teach are “compatible” with the entire human civilization and society, so as to promote the harmonious and stable development of the entire human civilization and society.

Due to the development of Internet high technology, communications, and transportation, globalization has become an inescapable reality. Human beings are no longer confined to the limitations defined by countries, religions, and ethnic groups, but in general, adhere to the conventional universal values based on “inherent human rights”.

This is because the development of high technology has given mankind the  ability to destroy the earth, so the moral requirements for the entire mankind are getting increasingly higher. We must take all possible means to prevent this high-tech power from being controlled by evil forces. This requires that we must comprehensively improve the moral standards and civilization of the entire human race, and weaken the power of the evil forces. This must be the general direction for all human society education in the future.

1. What is a person?

Education is like a foundation, a petri dish, and a production line. If you build a leeks foundation, then what you cultivate are leeks; if you build a tooling centre, then what you produce are tools; if you build a talent base, then what you cultivate is talent.

In teaching and educating people, “people” are the focus. First of all, we have to figure out what is a person? Man is the spirit of all things, and man is the masterpiece of the Creator. Each of us comes into this world with a mission.

We are not the walking dead. We do not live to eat. We do not live to die, and we are not tools.

In education, we must first let the children understand what a person is.

Our soul is born in the human world through the body, fulfilling the agreement between “I” and the Creator, breaking barriers, defeating greed, hatred, ignorance, and doubt, finding the true meaning of life, letting the soul mature, elevate, and qualify, and return to the Creator.

Therefore, on this premise, our education must be based on orthodox/universal values. This is the premise to ensure that we humans will not perish.

2. Know our personality

As a natural person and a social person, we have both commonality and individuality.

Know our commonality: the 3 ultimate questions in life is what makes up the common attributes of mankind.

Develop our individuality: Individuality means innovation and creativity, and is the main force that promotes the progress of human civilization.

Stifling the personality is a cruel thing, it’s like cutting off the wings of an eagle, or cutting off the tail of a shark.

Yet, such cases of personality stifling are everywhere in the CCP. Too many to mention. Children have become a tool for parents to compare, and they can force their children to realize unfulfilled wishes and unfulfilled lives through beatings and insults.

Children’s childhood should fully experience the warmth of family, the love of parents, and the tolerance of society. Unfettered and free,  the personality formed this way will be healthy. This is because the memories of childhood will affect a person’s life. Many antisocial and traumatic personalities stem from darkness traced to childhood. The leader of the Chinese Communist Party, Xi Jinping, reversed history, undermined civilization and massacred the people. Therein lies the psychological trauma caused by the shadow of his childhood. Most paedophiles have experiences of being sexually assaulted and abused in childhood.

Therefore, if we want the entire human society to be harmonious and stable, we must try our best to create a relaxed, warm and loving environment for children.

(The content of the article only represents the author’s personal views)