How do you like to always pay so much for your studies? Should things for communal use not all be accessible free of charge?
Over time I have noticed in my and other people's profession that it is unclear how much people benefit from commercialized education programs. A high prize often seems to invite to think that there is exclusivity in a program, something special. But on close scrutiny when talking to organizers and teachers, their income often is of bigger importanc e than the material they offer. I cannot say I am a communist, but I do believe anything we need for leading a flourishing life should be as free of charge as possible, like taking the bus, going to a medical worker, needing medication. Why else do I pay taxes? Taxes are meant for supplying communal needs, such as free internet, free roads, free parking, free transport, free education, free medicinal support.
In studying healthcare what I found is that most systems are an industry with a tipping point where income and job production is more important than quality and actual healing. It is like the police, accepting money for their presence but not stopping crime. Or am I being naive here?
Everybody talks nowadays about developing a durable society, due to climate change, the loss of oxygen in the air and the increase of pollutants in the air, food and soil. But durability is in proper education and services, through which people can be made aware of their own power, their shared power. And in fact that is the intent of the Daoland healthcare program. I believe everyone can live by example. Together we can create an example and make education free, at least as much as possible, and within our sector.
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Rene Goris, PhD