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It is undeniable the influence that education has on the functioning of a society and the quality of life of its citizens.  A glance at the city streets, markets, architecture, festivities, food, and the colloquial conversation of its citizens can reveal a lot about how developed or complex a place is. In this context, education should help cultivate people's strengths and talents, guiding them into a positive and harmonious interaction between themselves and their place.
  • Instruct the child and most importantly praise their virtues and strengths.
  • Foster an art of living that includes the practice of healthy eating habits, food knowledge, hygiene, and physical activity.
  • Learn to stay away from radical and fundamental thinking and on the other hand, foster critical thinking that values doubt, inquiry, and other possibilities or change.
  • Act with conviction instead of imitation.
  • Love and procure social justice.
  • Give little relevance to the nationalistic divisive ideas but rather foster unity, solidarity, community, dialogue, and peace.
  • Learn about your culture and history.
  • Respect and learn from other cultures and races.
  • Develop at least a basic knowledge of universal geography and history.
  • Promote creativity by exposing students to art history, and different art expressions.
  • Educate to understand, preserve nature and steward the earth.
  • Educate to express admiration for other people, treating people in an equal manner in spite of race, gender, religion, or socioeconomics.
  • Speak with confidence, clarity, honesty, sensibility, and modesty. 
  • Express gratitude.
  • Be responsible.
  • Learn about what you eat and the source of your food.
  • Consider challenges as an opportunity to grow and learn
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