21st Century Thinking

Season 4, Episode 18, of the television show “Scrubs” shows one of the main characters, Dr. Cox, telling his best friend that his son was “autistic”. It was a very touching scene where the father denied that his child had a “problem” but them accepted the news and asked for help.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if when a doctor relayed the news to a parent that their child was “autistic”, was instead, able to tell them, with joy, that their child displayed a distinctive gift at two years old to be able to distinguish between a range of colors and apply that distinction to a specific pattern. As well, your child can achieve a level of concentration on that pattern that other two year old children have difficulty achieving.

Yes, it was important in the past to recognize that children who differed drastically from the norm were identified and served mentally, physically, emotionally, and educationally. However, we can now move beyond the thinking of the 20th century to display a more positive belief about our children, that they are all gifted and talented in their own way and that we, as adults must begin to recognize the importance of their contributions to the whole in order to achieve true evolution of the species.

Once we change our current system of education from identifying disabilities to discovering, developing, and directing the gifts and talents all children possess, we can move forward towards the peace that surpasses all understanding, one that does not cost but is truly free indeed.

This is why the “hedgehogs” maintain their control over the world population.

Peace is not profitable.

Righteousness does not rely on money to achieve power but is a power all its own.

Love cannot be bought or sold but given freely, honestly, not physically but spiritually.

Our children deserve to live the life our forefathers intended, life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

They fought against the “hedgehogs” to gain their freedom from tyranny.

We must fight against the “hedgehogs” to gain freedom for our children’s educational future.

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