Education systems are very crucial in the establishment of a nation if it has to have notable people with great whelm for creativity and innovation. The learning system defines how people in a country get on to develop the natural resources they have. Each country has unique resources for their redemption given by the creator, not all nation though discover their own unique resource or resources with some instead chasing unnecessarily those that have no value to them and other nations.
Systems are meant to serve humanity, any system natural or man-made is there to sustain life in this world. It doesn’t matter what life that is although we associate life to living things, but know all things have life. In fact it is even true to say that anything you see on earth has a life span, some things longer ones while others have a shorter life span. For example most big trees or trees generally have a longer lifespan than human beings, of course this is very understandable given the creator started by creating trees before human being.
Our schooling is supposed to prepare us to care for nature and do those things that promote sustainability of life and not to destroy it. Man with his inquisitiveness has taken the task of learning making things that destroy life as being superior. For instance nations that have made military equipment capable of destroying all life in this world are seeing as superior.
Development of natural habitants for all life into sophisticated infrastructure that take out all natural things in its path are again seeing as superior, you need to see how cities are developed to acknowledge that. Recent attempts of developing cities under the green revolution genesis where fewer traffic is encouraged, trees are planted in all open spaces and inside buildings is to be commended.
The quotes this week at the beginning of a New Year are from a book, the most popular on earth though this particular one is special with a speciality message for a specific area of life. You will discover however, that life is the same. I am sure that the selected quotations below from the book will enlighten you to one or two life lessons, life is a teacher. Read and enjoy:
THE SPORTS BIBLE by Fellowship of Christian Athletes
“I am a competitor now and forever. I am made to strive, to strain, to stretch and to succeed in the arena of competition. I am a Christian Competitor, and as such, I face my challenge with the face of Christ. ——– I do not trust in myself. I do not boast in my abilities or believe in my own strength. I rely solely on the power of God. I compete to the pleasure of my Heavenly Father, the honour of Christ and the reputation of the Holy Sprit. ——- My attitude on and off the field is above reproach – my conduct beyond criticism. Whether I am preparing, practicing or playing; I submit to God’s authority and those He has put over me. I respect my coaches, officials, teammates and competitors out of respect for the Lord.”
“In the winter of 2005, former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Tony Dungy experienced intense personal tragedy with the death of his son. Then, just over a year later, he experienced unparalleled professional success when his Colts defeated the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLL. The series of events were astonishing, but what impacted people the most was how Dungy reacted to them. ‘The way he carried himself in both situations, you wouldn’t know the difference, really, in what event just occurred,’ said ESPN’s Chris Berman. ‘I don’t know many people who could do that.'”
“WIRED TO WIN – As competitors, we all share one common trait – the desire to win. It might be about winning a championship, breaking a record, or simply making the team, but that competitive spirit seems to be wired into our DNA. As we work for excellence in sports and other areas of our life, we eventually realize that true satisfaction doesn’t come from winning trophies, medals, applause, or multi-million dollar contracts. No achievement or award can equal the rush or deep satisfaction of discovering new life – real life in Jesus. ——– MISSING THE MARK: But before we can start this new life, we first have to understand our flawed nature. Just like every competitor has weaknesses, we as humans are also imperfect and every day deal with the temptation to sin.”
“When we settle for the safe life, we don’t engage the enemy. It’s like playing two-hand-touch when your opponent is playing tackle. We’re going to get creamed. We’re told in 1 Peter 5:8 that our enemy, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. We need courage to resist this enemy. ——– Courage doesn’t mean the absence of fear. It means confidence in God in the face of fear. Godly courage means total reliance on God’s power and not our own strength. Courage is only required when you enter into the battle. You don’t need any courage to sit on the bench. So get off the bench and into the battle. This is when God can truly receive glory if you want to be a gamechanger, remember this: No guts, no glory.”