L'école actuelle est-elle la bonne stratégie pour supporter votre vision de l'être humain ? ✨ Ouf! Pas léger comme question ! Mais si nous n'osons pas nous poser la question dès maintenant, quand allons nous prendre le temps d'y réfléchir ? Rejoignez Élisabeth dans ce #deepsunday !
This is a must-read. And the video at the end is a must-watch.
"WHAT I mean by the slavery of the mind is that state in which men do not know of the alternative. It is something which clogs the imagination, like a drug or a... mesmeric sleep, so that a person cannot possibly think of certain things at all. It is not the state in which he says, "I see what you mean; but I cannot think that because I sincerely think this" (which is simply rational): it is one in which he has never thought of the other view; and therefore does not even know that he has never thought of it.... The thing I mean is a man's inability to state his opponent's view; and often his inability even to state his own."
~G.K. Chesterton: 'The Thing: The Slavery of the Mind.'
"FAIRY TALES, then, are not responsible for producing in children fear, or any of the shapes of fear; fairy tales do not give the child the idea of the evil or ...the ugly; that is in the child already, because it is in the world already. Fairy tales do not give the child his first idea of bogey. What fairy tales give the child is his first clear idea of the possible defeat of bogey. The baby has known the dragon intimately ever since he had an imagination. What the fairy tale provides for him is a St. George to kill the dragon.
"Exactly what the fairy tale does is this: it accustoms him for a series of clear pictures to the idea that these limitless terrors had a limit, that these shapeless enemies have enemies in the knights of God, that there is something in the universe more mystical than darkness, and stronger than strong fear."
~G.K. Chesterton: "The Red Angel."
Georges Lemaître, prêtre et physicien, a été le premier scientifique à faire l'hypothèse de l'expansion de l'univers. Découvrez-en plus sur son parcours fascinant, en ce 50e anniversaire de son décès.