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Question by lexun_madz: the role of society in education?
social agencies and their role in education

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Answer by reddy_madhu_k
Dear ,

to days education system is linear to compare traditional education system.Today we all r having good communication we ponce in a palm.

Impotent points to improve Edi system

1.live the hi storey studding.
2.look for word to global events.
3.compare when u r going to learn how much it is help in u r life.
4.don’t dis guest the system.
5.chge u r fave subjects.

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Question by Los Angeles: What is the importance of education as a society?
What would the world be without education? Our society diversity does not show who wins more or wins less money but how educated you are. We live in a society that the only way to reach our goals is through education. Education gives us the opportunity to make our dreams into a reality. I personally think that the root of an idea starts off with education. What are your opinions?

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Answer by romharsh
obviously education plays a invaluable role in the society .
if there is any problem in the society ,only eduction is required in order too solve it .

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Question by : How important is religion in modern society?
Some people wont marry people of a different religion. Many people these days are agnostic, atheist, Christian, Muslim, Jewish and wont marry someone that isn’t.

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Answer by A’zam B. Suspended Again
I’m atheist and I could care less. My girl’s agnostic, doesn’t bother me. It’s her beliefs not mine.

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Society, Religion, Spirituality and Meditation

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Society, Religion, Spirituality and Meditation – Self Help

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Meditation is widely used in the western world today. As people hear of the benefits of meditation it has travelled the world several times over under various different names. One thing that we have realised though is that countries like India, China and Japan have always been at the forefront of meditation. Most of the new enlightenment techniques that we are just learning now started in Asia, and often centuries ago. As you can imagine though there are a lot of differences between how people live in Asia and how we live in the West today.Our upbringings are different, our lifestyles are different, and the way we learn and understand is totally alien to the people of Asia. This means that the way our countries understand and accept meditation is also slightly different.

In Asia students of meditation learn the concepts by way of parables or stories. In the West we encourage critical thought. We teach our children how to think with rational, logical minds. Telling stories to explain a thought doesn’t work. We require facts and scientific data. We lose a lot of the meaning behind meditation because of this, and limit ourselves to the depths that we can reach. There is a meditation society in most countries now. This is often the best place to find meditation courses and seminars local to your region.

Religion

Religion has also adapted to encompass meditation practices into it’s daily programme. You can now find meditation exercises adopted to suit Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, and many other religions. Some people are still finding resistance using meditation within their specific Church or Temple. While meditation has been accepted by most religions some people are finding it slow to trickle down to the people at the bottom. If you would like to incorporate meditation into your religious practices and are finding it difficult to get information from your local religious centre there are lots of examples and instructions online to show you the best ways to use meditation for your own religious purposes.

Spirituality

Spirituality and the new age movement was one of the first groups of people in the west to adopt and accept meditation practices into their way of life. Spirituality differs from religion in that spiritualists aim to reach a level of happiness in their lives. Religion tends to stick to a set of rules, where as spiritualists will try various different methods to find the path that is right for them. It is a very personal experience and they can use meditation to help them along the path that they have chosen.

It really doesn’t matter why you come to meditation. It is such a simple technique to master that you can adapt it to almost any situation.

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Brenda Mayhew writes on self development related issues. You can learn more about meditation by visiting her website, Meditation Basics.

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Brenda Mayhew writes on self development related issues. You can learn more about meditation by visiting her website, Meditation Basics.












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