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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

That useless stuff...

Most of the individuals on this planet are no more different than a 'sheep', and to describe such an individual using jargon 'steeple' would be the right word and I was one such.
More & more people are programmed to be in a way ready to 'serve' another rather than to 'lead' for a change.

Almost all the parents brainwash their children to get into the likes of Technical Sciences - Medical, Engineering, Operations & Finances.
What is the different if you are going to be a worker in the end, by simplistic-reduction approach: 
you as an individual are programmed as wanting to serve someone or something in the end. 

This is not education, this is bull-crap, brainwashing and running behind 'Money & Societal-Pressure' instead of 'Pure Potential'.

I deeply believe anything remotely termed education has to deal with thought, deep reflection, thinking and intellectual pursuit and the subjects that fit this category are Sociology, History, Political Science, etc.

And we know what the parents are going to say, pretty much in lines of: 
"What are you wasting your time for?", 
"why are you thinking about economics", 
"What kind of job are you going to get", 
"What are you going to do with sociology", 
"What are you going to do with psychology, anthropology or history" and the Ad-hominem word "Useless stuff!”
These are the sciences & knowledge that are called ‘humanities’; these are the sciences that are actually the foundations of any society. The people in these fields frame how the society functions.

The most critical are those subjects that makes one think and to understand the questions: "who we are", and "what does it mean to be a human-being".
In our days the Wall Street starts with Adam Smith, an economist, and the once huge Soviet-empire it starts with the thinker Karl Marx, a sociologist.

Wake-Up! The world is in dire need of better 'humans' than soul-less 'techies' & 'gear-wheels'. 
Follow the path of the logical, unsafe, independent thinker. Expose your ideas to the danger of controversy. Speak your mind and fear less the label of "crackpot" than the stigma of conformity.

Sanity in a world of Insanity is insane