Breaking Free from Conditioning

Breaking Free from Conditioning Customs, culture, religion or propensities; anything that is blindly accepted can be an obstacle in building up basic reasoning or a free reasoning society.

Unconsciously, we have become cogs in a machine that turns based on the thoughts of others. We do as we are told, as our parents were told and as their parents were told. It’s time we make our own choices, it’s time we break the loop.

Today’s youngsters will be tomorrow’s adults. Will they create a better tomorrow if they receive an education that highlights superficial values? We need to encourage curiosity and teach them to question everything. It is imperative that children understand their social responsibility and develop their creative capacity.

In the context of current day society, which is not very flexible, students more often than not, tend to walk into career paths that society deems fit, without being given the opportunity to identify and select their own path. Technical fields are given more respect than creative fields. Children are taught that artistic fields like painting and films aren’t beneficial professions. These restrictions undermine the creative capacity of every individual, discouraging their confidence in their own talents.

Social moulding can be an obstacle in character advancement, but we should no longer blame our past generations for making us who we are. We need to create a change. We need to open up our own minds so that we can nurture the humans of tomorrow to develop their own talents, so as to believe in their own creativity and capability.

Teaching children to live out their own choices will help encourage the idea of individuality. Being different is not bad. Set them free from society’s conditioning and encourage them to think on their own. They should be empowered to read books and watch movies while knowing that the opinions stated are subjective. That rights and wrongs are not clearly defined.

Help them expand their understanding, widen their horizons, enjoy their interests and enhance their creativity. Show them how to open new doors instead of reusing the old ones. Tell them that the future is not defined and that new and better choices can help create a better tomorrow. Do not let your child become a victim of conditioning.



Teachers Day is celebrated on September 5th in India and is a day to express the love and gratitude we feel towards those who have taught us in life, from school teachers to college professors to our tutors or trainers in fields other than academics.

On this teacher’s day, HOL brings to you reasons as to why teachers are the real heroes: – –

Teachers follow students through each pivotal stage of development.
 #From six to eight hours a day, five days a week, you as a teacher are poised to become one of the most influential person in your students’ life.

#After their parents, children first learn from you, their elementary school teacher.

#Then, as a middle school teacher, you guide students through yet another important transition: adolescence.

 #As children become young adults, learning throughout middle school and into high school, you answer their questions, listen to their problems and teach them about this new phase of their lives.

#You not only watch your students grow, you help them grow.

#Teachers are founts of experience.

#They have already been where their students are going, undergone what they will go through and are in a position to pass along lessons, not only regarding subject matter, but lessons on life.

We hope you will agree, we all are trained for curriculum, class transactions, to communicate professionally, still there are many other necessary elements i.e the personal warmth, personal bond, willingness to remain down to the kid’s level, which are important to make learning a joyful journey for children forever.
Happy Teachers Day!