THE TEACHING AND LEARNING CHARADE (getting constipated)

I think the way children are taught in schools should radically change. Who wants to sit day in day out on chairs listening to condescending teachers who just keep reminding you that you are dumb. Young children should not be sitting down all day. Not every child has been gifted with genius intelligence.
Intelligence is just one part of the learning process. We must try and encourage less intelligent children to excel. And excelling does not have to just mean intellect. Children feel talked down to, dumbed down to by the teachers. The teachers only seem to like the high intelligent children. And today there are such very high expectations to qualify. I mean qualifications are not just about work though work is involved, qualifications is about getting money in a job. Who likes work? Few do, but the rewards of money justify work. Excelling at school is about money rewards later. There are the few people who excel to do service to mankind. 

School is also a place for children to go to and stay while the parents are at work. We can not have young children at home without adult supervision while parents are working. 
Very few people find their God given vocation. Most people work in fields that are not their God given right. 
Why work in a strangers field when you can work in your own field.
And who meets a true God vocation teacher in their schooling? The system is wrong with the teachers so what do you expect from the children. It’s a charade from the beginning. Everyone is getting constipated, teachers and students. 
Vocation is set in human spirit in heart. Tapping that understanding in spirit is so hard. Our human spirit can be so vicious. Our human spirit can turn in to a sword that maims and kills. 
But the Wisdom of Jesus Christ can bring out the deepest thoughts from the deepest well. The heart can be like a well. Christ’s wisdom can tap deep in to the heart and bring up many treasures. We might see a barren and dry and heartless person but beneath all this might be treasures that can only but astound everyone. Christ’s Words can bring out the deep wealth. Gods Words go deep and soften the heart releasing the inner God given treasures.
So in most schools children are not taught to develop their spiritual gifts. To do so one must accept the Words of God. Schools in abundance now a days refuse to accept Gods Words in to the curriculum of learning. 
Then there is the generational sins of each child. We are products of our parents going down the family line and we carry the sins brought on us by our parents. We grow up in nests (family homes) that could be clean or dirty. We carry this dirt or cleanliness with us. So if we are dirty we see little. Sins blacken our insight. Sins keep us in darkness of mind. We are bright according to how much light we have in God in our human spirit. There are the dim people who we call dim witted and there are the bright people whose spirit is on fire and they see lots. 
Jesus came to do away with sins. But Jesus can not help much unless people confess their sins to God. In learning we need the words to learn from. Jesus words are the ultimate words. We use our words in relation to Jesus words. Jesus words are our level of truth ness. Children in their darkened minds can not learn much. We must in schools help children who are in darkness to come in to the light so they can learn. Schools help but they also do not help. Schools can just be a prison to those children living in their sins. School can be like a prison and the teachers the wardens. 
Christ should always be the centre of all learning. Otherwise it’s all a charade. We must start our teaching in a simple manner. Keep it simple but build on it. Never forget the simple foundation of ones learning because all other learning built on that simple foundation relies on that foundation because the foundation holds up all the other learning. Without a foundation we can not properly learn. Christ gives the best and strongest foundation. Sunday school is ok for some of the foundation but still this lacks the depth of the best foundation. We need more than Sunday schooling for a true best foundation. 
We measure our worth and learning from our simple foundation. The best foundation will support the best building. 
Though we learn and learn and learn; we remember our roots of first learning. If our roots are not sound, the rest of us is not sound.
Yours Sincerely; Lester John Murray.
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