“The root of education is bitter but it’s fruit is sweet”–said Aristotle.
Getting the passmarks in the exam only, is not the victory of life.
Many of those who have failed in the exams have become great reasearchers,
authors, artists and industrialists. Hail the winners but forget not that
the defeated are not the losers in life’s battle.
The parents should teach humanism to their children not in theory
but in practice. When the grand parents are not respected by the parents,
how can the children respect their parents?
In” Gurukula” system of education, our sages gave importance to depth,
whereas the modern education gives priority to width.
Modern education institutions create only computers that are adept
at puzzle solving and not the genius like Albert Einstein, Shakespeare,
Socratus etc., who truly changed the world.