What does it mean to be a teenager – the modern day myth of adolescence
What does it mean to grow up? What does it mean to be a teenager? Have we come to accept adolescence to be the ‘reckless years’ or a preparation for adulthood? Adolescence is a time that we can offer support to young people in their transition to adulthood.
“If education is teaching, instructing, imparting and tutoring, and the results are learned knowledge that leads to action and results, should we not look beyond the narrowness that our current system of education, all the way to a degree or higher, provides? This is asked not in any form of judgment or critique but lovingly for all in relation to the behaviours and lifestyle choices that many ‘educated people’ get up to.”~ Serge Benhayon
How much has education really advanced us?
We have long viewed education as a positive force in our society, one leading to progress and better, more civilized lives. But is that really true? From headhunting to pornography . . . how far have we really advanced from what we think of as our ‘primitive’ selves? How are we breeding desensitization to violence in our kids?
Studying a PhD with a difference makes a difference
Can there be a simple and nurturing way to study without ending up frazzled? Absolutely! The Way of The Livingness and Teachings of Serge Benhayon offer a new way – one where self-care is at the forefront, and with self-care as our foundation, even the sky is not the limit with what we can accomplish.