Tuesday, April 21, 2015

The Heart First

Often, I can overhear many miss-conducts happenings around and I'm sure our youth are the one behind it. What is still lacking in our education? Is our education system not making profound root in taming the heart of our youth?

It's simply an ironic to believe but it's the honest fact that is rampaging time to time these days. Is it enough to possess all this in the name of twenty-first century's change? 

But, here everyone is after the rightful education, superior human circle and better life. Perhaps, every parents wanted their child to be tamed, instilled each values properly at school when their response are not even positive. Who is really serious of the requirements today? As I could see teachers and the school is the ultimate place to deposit those bad hangings. It’s sad to see many parents going against school and the teachers even when their child’s are wrong and that is the real sad story.

At this time teachers are only the one to put sole hard work and energy for the change. But, it’s simply going into vain, out into null and into dead-log. All the hope to instil lawful education through values and attitudes are yet the bigger challenge today in education sector. I know every single teacher is burdens abundantly still the change in the right behaviour and attitudes of our youth are not being improved.

Can we waive these kinds of similar manner in up-coming youth?

As a token, ministry of education is already doing the rightful jobs by stream-lining all teachings and curriculums that focus mainly on three H (i.e. head, hand and heart) still; the progressing is not so promising. The need is urgent to infuse true education and right behaviour in every heart of every child from every door steps so, that our youth won't get chance exchanges bad cultures and conducts. Here, I may sound little phenomenal but it's essential.

For many respectable youth, my point here is not to refute but purely to mean that there is still some room for the better change. Nevertheless, some of our youth were going inversely with rightful decision and choice of life, out into void.

Just by looking at the life style adopted by our present youth, I'm literally blind to see the world. 'The dress, the hair style, the talk, the presence in the society, the friends circle and the selection for luxurious gadgets are some of the front-line reference that gives me the clear steps taken by our present youth. For these, I'm not going against with any individuals, society, family and the western people. It's simply to mean our present youth are forgetting basic rules of life as a Bhutanese citizen. 

If education in Bhutan proceeds with this ratio, I'm not sure of the life our youth would've in near future.

For, all the educationists day breaks with good hopes, the genuine heart, committed optimisms and never fading heart but that is normally ending up to dismay/dis-pair. Their hard work for educating youth through different domains is often becoming cliché. Since, our youth do not realize the purpose of the true Heart of a teacher in school.

Often, it’s hard to nurture the Heart. However, if we work together we can bring big changes in our youth and the society. Not only letting teachers alone to educate the heart. I guess it may not change with the cost I'm forfeiting but I'm quite sure it might work if taken seriously.

Now, I'm very seriously fenced with 'Let's Educate the Heart First'. As to what extend it might work in our education and with our youth. If we are able to change the Heart I’m sure 'Head and the action of Hand' would change for sure. Since, everything starts from the Heart. 

So, if we want the change in the fate of a teachers then let’s work jointly - 'all parents and individuals' because, our youth have already lost their sole purposes of life with new era. Let’s not fight for un-just matters and stop pointing fingers at school teacher’s work at school. 

2 comments:

  1. Absolutely agreed with your incredible points sir. Teachers need helping hand from parents and society.

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  2. hahaha...thats all true and we as a teacher know the best reflection mosh...thanks

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