People are truth-seekers. From the moment we were born, we started exploring this world. We started wondering about God, life, and everything that surrounded us. Then, we started school and we slowly suffocated our natural curiosity.
Don’t get us wrong; education is absolutely relevant. In fact, the top ten predictions for future education innovations tells us that there will be more learning and less teaching in future. How is that possible? Finally, we’re seeing progress towards personalization. The educational system is no longer supposed to put students in a mold. They should be free to explore their interests and talents while obtaining general education at the same time.
We can’t go back in childhood to experience this new educational system, can we? The good thing is: we don’t need to do that. God created us with a natural interest to learn, and we have a responsibility to maintain and feed that interest throughout our entire lives.
Education becomes even more relevant as we grow older. We become independent and responsible for our actions. How can we justify ignorance?