Life Goals Approach to Education
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Basic Goals of Life
There are three basic goals of life and education that systems of education need to be aware of and address if they are to educate responsibly.
A Balanced Education
The human mind aspires to truth, beauty, goodness, virtue, and love. Finding or realizing these things gives us a deep sense of fulfillment as well as happiness and joy.
Lasting love is an art to be learned, requiring a range of virtues, insights, and skills.
Foundations for a Culture of Peace
A culture of peace differs from the politics of peace. The term culture of peace focuses on the internal factors that contribute to the way to peace. Culture suggests our mindset, identity, and way of living. It is the shared set of assumptions, values, and beliefs of a group of people by which we organize our common life.
Uplifting Education is a movement to nourish not just the intellect but the heart and equip people to live fulfilling and meaningful lives. We promote the "Life Goals Approach" to understand basic goals of life and their application.
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Our Vision Statement
We seek to nourish not just the intellect but the heart and equip people to live fulfilling and meaningful lives.
The search for purpose is connected to three life goals: to achieve individual maturity, to cultivate harmonious and loving relationships, and to make a valuable contribution to society.
Achieving these life goals provides great personal satisfaction as it enhances others’ lives as well.
The Meaning of
The heart represents both the development of heart within each person and the HEART approach of Uplifting Education.
The four leaves represent openness, the sprouting of abundance, optimism, and balance.
The diamond represents the preciousness of each child. Diamonds are the symbol of innocence and constancy. A polished diamond is a shining gem
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Help and Support for the Family
Expansion of Mind and Heart
Actualization of True Love
Realization of the Culture of Heart
Training of Heart and Character