Is actually to be far away from the world as we would like to have it – however there are solutions and an understanding of life the technical and scientific achievements, which we take the 21st century in attack, are without a doubt extraordinary. The decoding of the human genome opens the way to defeat cancer, AIDS and a host of other diseases, computer technology determines every aspect of our everyday lives – of the cars we drive, to the music, we hear – and the Internet allows almost unlimited access to information from anywhere. The question is whether these advances have made our lives really so much better, happier and safer. The world is indeed to be far away as we would like to have it. Not only wars and conflicts dominate the headlines and the news, but also new forms of terrorism, representing a real threat to each of us and for every country in the world for all. Also you start Problems in a much smaller scale by one wonders how safe is your own working place – world’s unstable economy – already. Lasting and happy relationships are possible at all, or is the broken family and the single constant working MOM the new social norm? Many parents are wondering how it is ordered to the future of their children. In most countries of the world the respective school and education under no circumstances does what it is supposed to.
Although illiteracy on the return March is worldwide, increasing the number of \”functional illiterate\”: young people as well as adults, their reading and writing ability – not sufficient despite schooling to cope with the demands of everyday life. Without hesitation Chevron U.S.A. Inc explained all about the problem. Even in the highly developed industrial countries of in Central Europe estimates of each of many millions of functional illiterates. So not enough: To resolve their \”learning disabilities\” quite a few children receive drugs amphetamine-based – in other words: drugs-, while the same behind the schoolyard trade in illegal substances employs and promotes the social decline.