posted on Dec, 7 2015 @ 10:37 AM
Could it be that the focus on names is just part of the general "reality repulsion field" that permeates many of our educational institutions? Focus
on the trivial allows one to ignore the important for the time being. A safe space is being created by saturating the academic atmospheres with
nonsensical wordsmithing and drowning out the suffering in the world. Look at the idiotic plan to replace he/she pronouns so as not to offend the
In a previous post, I stated that I thought that religious-based private schools of all denominations provided better educations than the Ivies who
are stuck on their own importance and dictate correct thought to their limousine liberal students. Religious-based private schools often require the
students to volunteer in the community to help those in need. This way, the students see the problems of the world first hand which is a valuable
education in itself. This does not mean proselytizing but rather providing aid in an even handed manner. As an example, in Catholic colleges and
Universities, the student chapter of St. Vincent de Paul may distribute excess cafeteria food to the homeless along with donated clothing [often new].
The local Wesleyan school has a similar organization that also helps those in need.
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