Parents who have grown up in the same area or town where their children attend school develop perspective. Depending upon their memory, adults can compare their education with the current system. Taking time to read modern textbooks may shock some, yet the informed aren’t surprised. The dumbing down of information attempts to sway young minds full of mush to buy into the liberal agenda being dished out daily. However, when things don’t add up like recently implemented Common Core curriculum, even public school teachers are waking up to this debauchery of education.
But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God’s holy people. – Ephesians 5:3
Back in my day, several teachers were like personal trainers, pushing you beyond what you could handle. A few were like drill sergeants, mean S.O.B.’s until you graduated, when you saw the logic behind their madness. These adults instilled in me a discipline, life skills and a work ethic I have exchanged for monthly pay checks. Although, I wish it was larger, being challenged has made me a better person. I only wish my children could escape the coddling that exists today for a taste of what I endured in school. Nonetheless, when things don’t add up, a parent must intervene to steer their kids in the right direction.
Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving. – Ephesians 5:4
Whether you are watching a commercial, public service announcement or some new television show, it doesn’t take long to notice flaws. Though the world view you possess may alter or blind you in same ways, consciences scream out the truth, pointing you in the way you should go. However, if you begin to buy into the lies sold daily, your logic may not begin to add up. This is where rationalization takes over, trying to justify your error in judgment with thoughts like “everybody does it.” As you make your way through life, don’t forget to stop and think about the choices you are making. Or else you may wake up one morning to a soul that doesn’t add up to the will God wanted for your life, Romans 12:2.
by Jay Mankus