Youngsters need to understand the purpose of life. They need courage and wisdom to face the challenges of life. With that understanding they become the light of the world. If we care for them responsibly, moulding their whole character with love, then the future of the world will be safe.
Of great concern today are the countless youngsters who are feeling unloved, alienated and frustrated. They are being brought up in a society that teaches them to think, “What can I get?” rather than, “What can I give to the world?” and that violence is a legitimate way to settle any conflict. Love is our true essence, we are all beads strung together on the same thread of love. To awaken this unity and to spread the love, which is our inherent nature, is the true aim of human life.
We all know that the real goal of education is not to create people who understand only the language of technology; it should be to also impart a culture of the heart based on spiritual values. Tomorrow's world will be shaped by today's children. In their tender minds it is easy to cultivate universal human values. The teaching of universal spiritual principles and human values should be a standard part of general education.