THE TRUTH ISN'T ALWAYS POPULAR WITH THE POWERFUL
Our aims might be considered idealistic but many recognise the vital importance of having ideals and measuring them against the realities of daily life.
It is believed that such an ethos needs championing, particularly where a culture of violence prevails in a world with little understanding of the nature of real maturity.
This requires the education that permits the above truth to reassert itself in the face of modern-day, market-driven ‘mythologies.’ An example of such might be the assertion that money brings happiness, when in reality it brings only pleasure. The blurring of the distinction is commercially convenient but can cloud good judgement. Likewise, war is highly lucrative but cannot survive in a world where unconditional respect is given to all.
Many believe a negative culture has developed a schizoid mentality in modern societies, where a disconnect exists between what we know to be right and how we are taught to behave or witness in the actions of popular role models.