Be a bigger one

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Everyone wants to belong, or be a part of something bigger than themselves…

Emily Giffin

This world is a strange place- as a pack animals we simply lost the skill of gathering and resolving issues using the advantage of numbers. We turn to solitarity in whatever we do these days- for reason unknown we are unable to join forces to resolve problems.

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This is a picture that shows what The Bikes College does- we join forces, we resolve issues.

This is how 4 people cooperate closely to mend and repair a simple failure. This skill is highly valuable now- interacting and cooperating to find a solution to a problem:

‘…together we work harder…’

These are the very own words of one of them- and the average age between these four is 9 years old. Together it is easier to learn as it also is easier to teach.

We began our journey as a small project that is changing the lives of these who are simply responsible for our future; however unaware they might be. These young brains are the minds that will (and already are) shaping our future; these little minds are responsible for educating the next generations. We need to emphasise to them that it is important to be smart, to be imaginative, to be open-minded, to be sufficient, to be efficient, savy and cunning in whatever we do. We made it difficult to them, we have exploited resources and broken all the ancient rules. We took advantage of something that was set up for a number of generations and destroyed it in less than a century. And now our ignorance takes its toll on us.

We need to relearn the ancient art of cooperation- we promptly must join forces to ensure the future to remain as bright as we tend to paint it for ourselves. We are exploiting our youth, teaching them how to be ignorant and lazy, how to show no interest and to expect everything for nothing, how to take things for granted. And it must change. NOW!

Be a bigger person- teach a kid something new yourself. And do it now.

One thought on “Be a bigger one

  1. As older people, it is our responsibility to teach the young ones with something new each day. It may not seem valuable to us but these will be appreciated by the kids and will help shape them.

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