What if our schools, rather than teaching us all to reach for the stars, instead, taught us to become nothing at all? Not to seek growth and benefits for ourselves, but to seek these for others. Including our planet and all life on it.
What if our schools taught us, rather than looking after number one, that we only cared and looked after others?
Place ourselves at the end of the line, not the beginning?
What if school taught principles of co-operation, in favour of competition?
If we all looked after others as a matter of priority, never giving a second thought to ourselves, we would occupy a world where everything was cared for.
What about me?
When all others are caring for me, I have little interests or need to even focus there.
We got it back to front.
Life is more about caring than it is for a battle.