Taking away a man’s dream, is taking away a man’s life, and that’s often what our school training system does with kids, crashing kids genius, and replacing kids genius, kids minds, with its own system of only becoming an employee, of only preparing kids through school to go do and obey what the employer wants, after kids leave school.

And, the people who dominant our societies are people who are produced through school system, and, I believe that’s the reason why society does not consider a talent so much as something worth to serve people’s lives, and consider mostly getting into college, and, or having a job, a paycheck, as the only way people can survive in society.

Encouraging kid’s genius, kid’s dreams, is not mostly encouraged in our societies, I have experienced this in my family, and that is the reason why majority of kids before they even get older, their genius is already lost in vain, and for the majority that genius is never traced back, and others just die like that without ever realizing that genius, that gift, that talent or that dream into life.

Think about this deeply “Take away a child’s dream; you even take away that child’s adult life too, unless otherwise”, this is taking away curiosity, hope, faith and interest of a child’s life in life, and this is how they take away a child’s life at an early age. And it’s even more pathetic that most churches don’t even talk about knowing and utilizing our own God given gifts.

It is what was said in 1976, by the genius, Dr. Buckminster Fuller, engineer and also author of ‘Grunch of the giants’, wrote in the forward to Mario Montessori’s book that, “All children are born geniuses. 9999 out of every 10,000 are swiftly, inadvertently, ‘de-geniused’ by grown-ups”. Kids genius is de-geniused by systems that do not help people to take advantage of what they already have to benefit themselves; but those systems only benefit a few who made those systems, for example the same school is a man-made business system that benefits more a few people who created it, and benefitting less and less the kids in school, and including teachers too.

We must understand that education or being educated means to draw out or develop the potential from within; but all school does is replacing that potential within with its own system of becoming an employee, in short, of becoming a slave for the government and a few rich in this world who even control those governments.   

Every child, everyone is born a genius, has a talent, but the real problem is in our societies, these includes majority of homes, churches, work place, schools, that do not nurture, that do not believe and that do not encourage people to self actualize their own potential within themselves; that is why many people do not know and do not use their own God given gifts, as Pablo said, that “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up”.

And this is how people’s dreams, people’s lives are taking away from them from an early age in schools, in our societies for a purpose, so that it’s easy to control the great majority of people through those made controlling systems.

Like I said take away a man’s dream, and you take away a man’s life legally, and get this, a man without a dream always ends up a slave for another man with a dream; that’s the reason why majority of students when they graduate from college, they go out to follow, do and obey what the employer and government wants, simply because that’s the only thing they were prepared and taught in school to go be and do as the only dream replaced in their minds. Always remember that school is not a dream for any child; every child has their own birth right dream, school is the matrix mental prison system that was dreamt by some other guy, so they might take control of many people’s lives.    

Lastly, if school could become and do this, it will become good environment for kids than it is a bane for kids genius and minds today, as said by Tallie Dar, “Imagine if schools actually helped kids indentify their strengths by exploring their talents from a young age and growing their skills over the 12 years instead of letting them all follow the same routine like sheep and leaving them confused in life after graduation”. In addition too, by the great, John F. Kennedy, who said, “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength of the nation”. Give people back their own lives; buy nurturing and empowering their own potential within themselves.