it depends on us that how do we take education .
when taken seriously, it gives not only knowledge but also teaches ethics and how to do things properly.
if education is taken in a silent manner, you will learn patience and tolerance and a limit to any thing.
but if taken it hyperly, it may result in your extraordinary being active and doing things wrong in being more energetic like it's said josh mein hosh kho bethna.
i would tell you one thing only, take education silently it will give a lot of achievements.
sikshya ek tagatwar hatiyar he jo hum vishwa ko badalne ke liye eestamal kar sakte he.sikshya ke liye khoj karna ek acchi aadat hesikshya taq pahocne ka maadyam kadwa hota he par , uska fal meetha hota hesikshya ka sabse bada parinam hota he sahansiltasikshya ek aandhakar se prakash taq ka chalana he
So I found Helen Keller’s wisdom in the above graphic perfectly put. As you–and your students–seek enlightenment, tolerance isn’t just a product, but among the highest products. The more you know, the more you find out that you don’t know. The more you experience, the more you see what you’re missing out on. And the more you seek to be right, the more you may find that there is no “right,” but rather constantly changing perspectives in a dynamic intellectual ecology.
Which means that the full measure of an education may be the ability not simply to tolerate, but accept their own limits, and the limits of those around them.
Tolerance comes from knowledge, understanding and compassion. An objective understanding of our personal selves and our strengths and especially our weaknesses would seem to me to help foster tolerance.
Education is merely a method and it is used to spread dogma at least as much as truth. And this is just as true in academia as anywhere else. Much of education EVERYWHERE is indoctrination. I hear academics talking about teaching critical thinking, and some of that probably does happen, somewhere.
The "romance" of academia is an attraction to many elitists who then foster elitism among their students.
I knew some very good and tolerant people during my years in university environments, but I noticed that the occurrence of racism was not much different than the general public. Feelings of superiority over pretty much everyone, including colleagues was common. Gossip and backstabbing were no less common than anywhere else that has people.
I have had some very good teachers over the years, but I think that is because they started out as good people. There is no filter in academia to keep out the other kind.
yes you know that the highest result of education is tolerance yes this is true because how much you will be educated that much you will be strong in the social values and you will know how to react and when to react and you will know how to tolerate or ignore something to its maximum level so if you are educated to the highest then it means that you are tolerante and you can tolerate everything to its maximum level because of the healthy mindset you might have prepared