WINDOW ON NEW WORLD (“Service stuff” for education)
For my previous message to be continued, today I would like to talk about one more peculiarity of the present-day education system.
And at issue will be the depreciation of a teacher’s role: their status depletion and loss of respect for the side of pupils.
Such phenomenon can be witnessed in many countries of the world and in some of them it is not simply becoming second-rate but even dangerous.
How and why has it happened?
The main reason is decrease in general cultural level of Earth’s population.
All this was occurring gradually and being “tactfully guided” by the deep state whose aim was spiritual impoverishment of people and rise of a consumerism society.
To implement this all the means were employed: television, advertisement, literature, cinema industry, fashion, music and a great deal of other things – everything that was leading people away from universe human values plunging them into unceasing consumption and pursuit for “glamorous” life.
As a result, school has become to be viewed by many pupils not as a temple of knowledge but as an intermediary stage in gaining the desired material wealth since it is impossible to acquire a certain social status without it.
Meanwhile, teachers have begun to be treated by many of them as “service stuff” for their own interests.
It results in lack of respect to teachers and exploitative attitude towards them.
To a large degree it has been facilitated by a new “modern” system of education that was spoken about in my previous messages.
Teachers had to join the process and many of them did not care about giving profound knowledge to their pupils any more but were literally cramming them for guessing answers in exams so that they can get the scores necessary for the certificate.
Just as in commerce demand gives rise to offer, so in the education sphere quite different relationships between teachers and pupils have developed.
Now teachers “cater for” new generation pupils’ needs, and the latter unintentionally have begun to treat them like service stuff – with no respect or honour.
It has become especially evident in recent years when now several generations of such pupils have grown up: such attitude to teachers is being passed on them from their parents this time.
And to turn the tide is only possible for a few teachers who possess not only a pedagogical talent but a strong personality, too.
Fortunately, such teachers are still to come across, and they manage to reveal children’s best qualities and impart spiritual values to them that will guide them further in life.
Here we will stop for today.
Loving you endlessly,
Father-Absolute spoke to you
Channeled by Marta on November 12, 2023.