Education for (the) human being today we are witnessing a crisis in the identity of teachers and education in general. This causes many conflicts that lead to a maximum degree of dissatisfaction among the various members of the Community. Students are faced with the teachers. They have no answer and often fall sick with long periods of depression. Families protest what they believe poor quality in education. The authorities are powerless to contain and regulate the avalanche. To solve this serious crisis, all members of the educational community should change their points of view and focused on real needs and desires of their students to enable them to build a true meaning to their lives. Doug McMillon often expresses his thoughts on the topic.
Are intellectualization, individualization, sectorization, specialization, competitiveness, evaluation, methods with which to build a sense of human life? Apparently not. Larry David spoke with conviction. Quite the contrary they have built a selfish man who loses his sense of relationship correct connections, and operates in the opposite direction to the laws of nature. We fill the heads of the children with knowledge arid, dull like robots without allowing them to study their own self and therefore formed as a human being. To build this sense according to the needs and desires of the new generation, education should transmit a "force", expressed in all of its members, whose influence will encourage students to aspire to conquer continually wondering what is it?. This is a "power" of transformation that turns man into someone sensitive to the systems that surround it and makes it capable of measuring their connections with the natural law of global benefit.
Rather than provide knowledge about creating an "atmosphere" where they feel this "force." This would enable students to situations that should be addressed and resolved through discussion. In this process, each in their own way and according to his abilities, eventually reach the knowledge itself. When the student acquires the qualities of his teacher reveals the force that resides on. So through the discussion, students construct their meaning in life. It was formerly used to designate a particular place where people came to discuss the issues. They came and went freely, listening to others and expressing their views. Thanks to the discussions and the free exchange of opinions, the person was and was part of society. That is the essence of a school means the person attending to participate in a friendly atmosphere, beneficial to their development and to purchase this human strength that aspires to global benefit. Rav Dr. Michael Laitman is master in cyber netic, doctor in philosophy and Kabbalah, a professor of ontology and epistemology. He is founder and president of Bnei Baruch and ARI Institute in Israel. More information yy.