Paz, Felicidade e Amor
Já há bastante tempo que venho a pôr em questão, para mim mesma e os meus filhos, o papel das escolas.
Na verdade já lá vão umas décadas.
Desde sempre tive problemas com o método de ensino que por lá usam.
E tenho a impressão que se não fosse a competência da Dra. Ana Maria Salazar, que dirigia o colégio onde fiz o liceu, ter tido sempre uma atenção especial comigo, nunca teria chegado à universidade sequer. Apesar de adorar estudar e aprender.
No entanto sempre desculpei o sistema; porque não teria de ser preparado para a excepção que são os sobredotados, como eu.
Contudo não me parece que seja esta a opinião desta autora canadiana.
E por artes mágicas do "copy-paste"... perlimpimpim:
THE STUDENT STRIKE
For a number of weeks now, the power struggle between the government (the shepherd) and the students (the sheep) has dominated the headlines. The shepherd had reduced their rations and the sheep reacted in protest. They got angry, expressed their indignation, demanded their dues, and called for justice... and for money. That is called going on strike!
* Has studying made you lose your memory?
Have you forgotten that in this saga the government plays the role of shepherd whose role it is to fleece the sheep until there is nothing left except to lead them to slaughter?
* Has studying caused you to lose your common sense?
Do you really believe the shepherd serves the population, that public refers to serving the people, or that democracy implies the common good?
* Has studying made you lose your capacity to add and subtract?
Don't you think the millions collected through taxes adequately cover the services needed by the population?
* Has studying made you lose your dignity?
How can you accept the debt, which permanently enslaves you, are you not all-powerful and divine beings?
If you answer YES to just one question the diagnostic is clear: you've been going to school too long! (Schools produce sheep.) Get out and learn what real life is all about. Get out quickly and learn to live the real life, the one appropriate to who you really are, an unlimited winged mare
You will then thank Prime Minister Jean Charest, the shepherd who cut the rations of his sheep in order to satisfy the insatiable appetite of the international bankers, his bosses.
Hand in hand, the white and angry black sheep can march together singing the hymn of the liberated sheep:
Has saved us
From the perpetual state of enslavement
Into which we were sinking