The common narrative of the aim of education is always good grades leading to admisison to a good university and, subsequently, resulting in a well paying job. People fail to recognise that other factors of an education are emotional resilience, a framework mind of inquiry which can be used to evaluate various situations as we progress through life and the ability to view oneself as an individual who has to interlock with wider society. Your message is one to be applauded.
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Christian life encompasses charity. Christian life is about giving. That’s what Christ did. The redistribution of wealth is central to this concept of Christian charity. It doesn’t mean that the rich become poor because they have given away their lot. It means that those who can support those who can’t to enable the latter to become self sustaining. Any other thought on Christian giving is based on self-interest,surely.
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So many mothers still pass on the message, which they learnt from their own mothers, to daughters that a man, especially a rich one, will solve all their problems and be the trophy in adulthood. I have a 10 year old daughter and I have taught her that the right man is a bonus in life regardless of his bank balance. I want her to be financially independent and fully confident of her own abilities. Sadly, I seem to be a minority mother.
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