The Part Can Never Be Well Unless The Whole Is Well

According to Plato, “The part can never be well unless the whole is well..”. Over time, when a house is vacant and unattended to, it falls into a dilapidated state. Simply because of the lack of care, yet other (unwanted) things start to grow and eventually depending on how long or how strong, the house falls into despair. The same can be said for our society today. Youths are constantly losing their drive for success and are quick to remind themselves of the harsh political environment and its effect on innovation. Patriotism, aspiration, motivation and morals are declining. Activation initiates action,

Fighting Illiteracy One Lecture At a Time

Izogho Samuel is a 10 year old boy currently in primary 6. Before Samuel enrolled into the Next Generation Kids University Pilot demonstration held in August, he suffered from low self esteem amongst his peers. He once made a grammatical error in his former school when attempted to answer a question raised by his teacher. His peers all laughed and teased him every morning in school. Since the incident, Samuel has found it hard to speak in public and often question every word he says even before he says them. Disadvantaged children who mostly end up in public schools with inadequate learning materials barely neither cope nor retain needed knowledge for the development of their emotional and intuitive intelligence.

We’re Limping But We’ll Help Our Poor Neighbours

You may know someone who is pain and still not willing to back down. People expect someone who is in pain to cry a lot, stay in bed all day, mope, and quit. But the pain isn’t always the obvious. The pain is also complicated by the fact that an unforeseen variable hinders expected results and outcomes. Pain can either cause a person to think of quitting or can serve as a drive to attain more. It can cause someone to believe he/she would be better off without them, or even that others would better off without their efforts. But No!