A Quote by Maria Montessori on child, education, and universe

Only when the child is able to identify its own center with the center of the universe does education really begin.

Maria Montessori (1870 - 1952)

Source: The Great Work: Our Way into the Future, Pages: 16

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by SAKANTA RUNNING WOLF on health care, world citizens, global citizens, all our relations, global consciousness, global peace global healing, education, free, fair, humane, global, compassion, love, truth, and healing

Free Education and Health Care for All 6.7 Billion World Citizens. Free Health Care for All Animals in the World.
How? Easy! We have the resources!


Source: Higher Self, Dalai Lama,


A Quote by Sheila Gillette on theo, manifest, manifestation, law of attraction, channeling, psychic, spiritual, education, sheila, archangels, soul truth, intuitive, spiritual medium, angel, psychic author, and www asktheo com

Question:  What are some of the tools that you can provide us for manifestation?

Theo Answers: "When there is a desire, there is a creation of a thought that is a bridge to that outcome.   So when one has a thought or a desire to be manifested, one then creates the thought bridge, meaning those attitudes and perceptions that are positive for that outcome.  That places that bridge of thought into the universe for that manifestation to occur.  There is a universal energy that is the attraction or creative energy that when one places the thought, or the seed, let us say, as if in one's garden, places a seed, then it creates an environment of gestation that then allows for the growth of that seed to become a flower.  So what you are doing with your thought is placing the seed, on the intention, in the fertile soil.  The universal energies is the soil in which it is placed ultimately, and the intent and the thought and the positive actions or thoughts is that which is the food to fertilize and feed the seed to bring it to fruition.  In turn it is also that which is the attraction, the energy attraction to that positive outcome.  Not to negate it with a negative thought, that it could not be so, because that breaks down the bridge to the universal energy that attracts."

Question:  Then it is critical to move from the place of questioning our self-worth into a place of self-love, which if I am hearing you correctly, is really at the core of this whole process.

Theo Answers:  "Knowing that one is worthy of all that they desire.  But then one must be judicious in their desires for surely they will manifest.  Be certain it is what you want.  So then one becomes discerning of those desires, gains clarity within the self of what one truly wishes.  In that certainty and awareness of self and thought process then one lives the life to its highest good, do they not?  Then one wastes not their energy on the unimportant but on that which would be the joyfulness and bliss that they seek and desire."

Sheila Gillette

Source: Soul Truth: A Remarkable Dialogue with Twelve Archangels, Pages: 132..133

Contributed by: Theo

A Quote by Peter F. Drucker on reading, education, business, and knowledge worker

...there is need for a person to be generally educated. Otherwise you shrivel up much too soon. Whether this means reading the bible (I read the New Testament every few years) or reading the great 19th century novelists (the greatest and shrewdest judge of people and of society who ever lived), or classical philosophy (which I cannot read--it puts me to sleep immediately), or history (which is secondary). What matters is that the knowledge worker, by the time he or she reaches middle age, has developed and nourished a human being rather than a tax accountant or a hydraulic engineer.

Peter F. Drucker (1909 - 2005)

Source: An interview with Peter Drucker:

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Kenneth Smith on philosophy, academia, education, and college

It is in college that the clamps really start to come down, heavy-duty or professional-caliber ideologizing against radical ideas.  Even in very large departments of sociology or political science I couldn't find virtually any people who had read thinkers off the Approved list.  I was to discover over the decades that there is certainly a blacklist of sorts in philosophy as well--and the grave difficulty the 19th-century thinkers pose for the academic establishment is that all of those primary thinkers are contrarian and radical.  It isn't possible to overlook or refute them; all that can be done is deform and misrepresent their thinking, blunt it, confuse its purposes and accomplishments.  How geniuses get academicized.

Kenneth Smith

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A Quote by Robert T. Kiyosaki on money, wealth, power, and education

Money is one form of power. But what is more powerful is financial education. Money comes and goes, but if you have the education about how money works, you gain power over it and can begin building wealth. The reason positive thinking alone does not work is because most people went to school and never learned how money works, so they spend their lives working for money.

Robert Kiyosaki

Source: Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money--That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

Contributed by: ~C4Chaos

A Quote by Steve Irwin on education

I believe that education is all about being excited about something. Seeing passion and enthusiasm helps push an educational message.

Steve Irwin

Contributed by: Leanna

A Quote by Earon on life, learning, school, education, insight, strange, and wondrous

Life is a Strange School.

Earon Davis

Source: The "Signals" Catalog for Public Television

Contributed by: Earon

A Quote by Jules Henry on education, self-reliance, high school, children, culture, excellence, authenticity, and trusting oneself

The function of high school, then, is not so much to communicate knowledge as to oblige children finally to accept the grading system as a measure of their inner excellence. And a function of the self-destructive process in American children is to make them willing to accept not their own, but a variety of other standards, like a grading system, for measuring themselves. It is thus apparent that they way American culture is now integrated it would fall apart if it did not engender feelings of inferiority and worthlessness.

Jules Henry

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A Quote by Wendell Berry on teaching, teacher, education, student, faith, and testimony

A teacher's major contribution may pop out anonymously in the life of some ex-student's grandchild.  A teacher, finally, has nothing to go on but faith, a student nothing to offer in return but testimony.

Wendell Berry (1934 -)

Source: What Are People For? by Wendell Berry

Contributed by: Benjáhmin

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