On a daily basis, I get to work with the most brilliant, funny and loving kids, who feel they’re pretty much worthless. My main aim is to help them remember who they truly are, which in my opinion is the only way to truly empower them. Luckily they pick up on this fairly quickly since their gut feeling knows it’s right, but it’s sad to say the least for this to be necessary.
The school system has become a pressure cooker, not only diminishing the kids’ ability to be the magical creative beings that they are, but stressing them out so much that they’re more lost than ever.. #timetowakeup #writingmyfirstbookonstufflikethisaswespeak
“And for those who question the consistency of these results — or think they may be isolated incidences — these results have actually been replicated more than a million times, reports Gavin Nascimento whose article first alerted me to this amazing study and its shocking implication: that the school system, our education, robs us of our creative genius.”
“The reasoning for this is not too difficult to apprehend; school, as we plainly call it, is an institution that has historically been put in place to ultimately serve the wants of the ruling class, not the common people.”
“In order for the so-called elite to maintain their lavish life styles of overt luxury — where they contribute the least but enjoy the most — they understand that children must be dumbed down and brainwashed to accept (and even serve) their rapacious system of artificial scarcity, unending exploitation, and incessant war,” writes Nascimento.”