Quote by Kahlil Gibran
Like a procession you walk together towards your god-self.You are the way and the wayfarers.And when one of you falls down he falls for those behind him, a caution against the stumbling stone.Ay, and he falls for those ahead of him, who though faster and surer of foot, yet removed not the stumbling stone.
This quote suggests that life is a collective journey towards self-realization or connecting with one's inner spirituality. Each individual is both a guide and a follower, paving the way for others by learning from their own experiences. When someone stumbles or faces obstacles, they serve as a warning for those who follow. And even those who are more advanced may encounter setbacks without removing the obstacles for others. In essence, this quote emphasizes the interconnectedness and responsibility of individuals in supporting and guiding each other on their paths to self-discovery.
Further Education should be about the ability to learn, not the ability to pay - everyone who is able should have the opportunity, regardless of their family background. I don't want to see students struggling with huge debts or frightened off even going to university in the first place.
We cannot assume the injustice of any actions which only create offense, and especially as regards religion and morals. He who utters or does anything to wound the conscience and moral sense of others, may indeed act immorally; but, so long as he is not guilty of being importunate, he violates no right.