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Theory of Wise Mind (Part 3)


The Bully’s Mind

There is nothing strange with the minds of young persons that nurture bullying thoughts. Why? Because we are the ones who fail to offer them other options of wisdom knowledge, to guide and guard their mind’s decision-making process. We know that their behaviors are influenced by the Decisions they make, and those decisions are fully influenced by the Wisdom that their minds learn and know. So why not begin to fix this educational glitch in how we raise our children starting today?

How we go about stopping bullying and suicide practices among our present community of teenagers is by encouraging them to want to renew their minds. How? By introducing them to different wisdom.

To be intelligent and bright, all it takes is a healthy brain. But to raise a wise mind takes cultivation of both spiritual and human wisdom.

The mind is there to serve us at spiritual and human levels. If we only educate our children’s human wisdom understanding, then it is normal that their minds are limited to reason, vision and create only at that of the human level and not at the ‘being’ level… and this is where the issue of bullying and suicide practices in our young generation is to be looked at and approached. The healthy mind is one that is balanced humanly and spiritually. Why? --Because we are human beings.

We need to always remember that Mind is composed of energies, and those need to be nurtured spiritually -- when neglected, they starve or go into deep sleep.

This is why character-development wisdom education of the mind is so vital for adolescents. These too are energies that have their own unique wisdom. Minds that are influenced by those ‘wisdoms’ do make wiser decisions. For the same reason, a smart decision is not the same as a wise decision.

For more information, please take a moment to read: “Universal Relativity Theory of the Mind”

#bulllying #antibullying #suicide #character #teens #adolescents #decisions

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