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Kids don’t seem to have much trouble learning the rigor that is part of being on a high school football team. Rigor is not automatically something that children feel they need to avoid. Rigor is something to be avoided when it is felt as something that is likely to prove that you are a loser. If play is put in one category and learning in the opposite, then who should be surprised to discover that learning, and then work, is associated with something unpleasant you do, after which you reward yourself with fun? Very quickly, as learning becomes associated with unpleasantness that needs to be endured, curiosity becomes collateral damage. Your living strategy then becomes, minimize the learning or work and maximize the fun. The minute the teacher’s head is turned, or the supervisor’s head is turned, you switch to the computer game. This is something that isn’t boring. This is something that is fun. You are taking back the fun that life has stolen from you. Often ‘A’ students are the children who have conditioned themselves to be inured to tedium. Also, often ‘F’ students are only those students who can’t stand being bored. Obviously, both kinds of kids are at risk in terms of personal fulfillment. I don’t accept the idea that schooling and education are the same thing. What many people consider a good school might actually be a toxic educational environment, even if the average student in this school achieves comparatively good grades on those dreadful multiple choice, bubble in, high stakes exams. I would tend to make sure that my child isn’t placed in a toxic educational environment, whether the school advertises a rigorous curriculum or not. I have visited too many incurious and mediocre physicians who, no doubt, earned ‘A’s in medical school, to be convinced otherwise. For those who don’t know, government-schools in India represent the poverty-stricken sections, in the cities as well as in the rural areas, although obviously the condition is much worse in the latter. Not only are these schools in a state that varies from poor to horrifically dilapidated, the kids who study here mostly come from the slums. These schools, these children, their homes, their families, their backgrounds for a rough idea of the picture think: Slumdog Millionaire. The point is, it is the really poor people that I am going to talk about. Including those who lie below the poverty line. You are completely right about the relation between poverty and overpopulation.
It is cyclic, hence a doubly serious concern globally. Let me cut to the chase with the reasons on why poor people produce more children than they can afford to raise. I will try not to be country-specific, but most points may seem more relevant to developing countries, particularly India. They saw this in the previous generations, were taught so in the way they were raised, and thus it slowly got wired into their brains. Women must produce babies. It is their job, it is why they are given the favor of being brought into another family and fed. A “barren” woman would be immediately discarded and rejected even by a family that has no resources to raise a baby whatsoever. Somebody must keep the family name alive. More babies means more children to ensure the same. Again a traditional attitude. They never tried to ask why is this more important than improving their own condition, why is it important at all. They never tried to understand the (lack of) logic behind it. What would their descendants do? Conquer the world? Run a family business? Make their name immortal? No. They would just make sure that they produce more generations of poorer, unhealthier, more unfortunate people. But no, the surname must live on. This is crucial in the entire scheme of things. For most poor people, a girl-child is still something to be ashamed of. If they don’t kill her, they will use her as a domestic servant they have to marry off some years later, or in the worst cases, sell her off. But it wouldn’t stop there. They would again try for a child, until they get a son. Sad, but true. The desire is usually for a boy, of course. He can do hard labor, he can help the father in his little work, he can go around without the family being scared for his safety, he can protect the family a little more. If it’s a girl child, she could help the mother in the kitchen and in household chores. Some of the more open-minded parents do believe in educating their children well so that they build for themselves a better life. But a lot of them, especially those who do not want their child to study, still think this way. She is a wife, a daughter-in-law, and a baby-producing machine. And that’s it. There is no concern for her health and what producing too many children does to her body. She has no say in this. Even if she dies, she can be replaced.
Regrets, no. I know there are no little Stevie’s out there wondering what their daddy is like. Outwardly, I told my boy how grateful I was that he’d filled the car’s tank, proud that he’d known when to ask for help, pleased that he’d learned how to jump an engine…while quietly cringing that he may have destroyed my only vehicle at a time when I could ill-afford to replace it. To maintain curiosity is not so difficult, because curiosity is a natural part of the human character while its inhibition, which usually happens in the school years, is the result of socialization and a poor educational environment. (Unfortunately, many public school and many private schools are poor educational environments.) A curious person won’t be satisfied doing a dull job or living with an incurious person. So maintaining curiosity throughout life can come at the price of alienation from most conventional people. The risk of being considered an odd ball accepted, here are two things parents can do. Failure needs to be de-stigmatized. We learn the important things through making mistakes and when you are at a more sophisticated level you make more sophisticated mistakes. Not trying is what should be stigmatized. Failure is part of the game and failure can take you to unintended but sometimes wonderful places. People learn in various ways, it’s true, but those who have been made to feel second-class because they did not at first succeed will tend to turn themselves off from learning. In school that usually means learning only what you need to learn to get the grades, as opposed to learning to discover and grow – which is what we should all want. Fearing failure can lead to habitual opting-out of the learning process. For who wants to be a failure? Plus, if learning is associated with simply memorization, repetition, and regurgitation, who would want to do any more of that than is necessary? In the latter instance, if you do more learning than is necessary, you are also a kind of loser. This is the idea that you need to get the learning overwith to live a little bit and join life’s winners. Bottom line Happiness is divorced from learning, and that is deadly. Of course, there are some things that need to be learned that may not seem like fun, but that too is part of the game.
Suitable for Women/Men/Girl/Boy, Fashion 3D digital print drawstring hoodies, long sleeve with big pocket front. It’s a good gift for birthday/Christmas and so on, The real color of the item may be slightly different from the pictures shown on website caused by many factors such as brightness of your monitor and light brightness, The print on the item might be slightly different from pictures for different batch productions, There may be 1-2 cm deviation in different sizes, locations, and stretch of fabrics. Size chart is for reference only, there may be a little difference with what you get.
- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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