We would like to provide education based on democratic principles by constructing a school with be a program as specified by Congolese law, but reflecting also our values regarding leadership and ethics.
We believe that a child who has received an education for peace, will be less inclined to create conflicts with his peers or to enroll himself in an armed group when he grows up. We believe that our students will refuse to ruin themselves with drugs, or do criminal acts to others, because they will have had some spiritual lessons in mind.
They will undersand that what we think determines how we act, our thought passes through our speech, and goes all over the world and find all what looks like it then comes back to one who provoked it.
We need to construct a school at nursery school-, primary- and secondary- levels in which education courses will be taught about peace, about human rights, leadership and spirituality.
The timetable (duration and frequency) of our nursery school and primary school will be the same as described by the Congolese legislation.
English and Esperanto are among the languages which our applicants will learn. What are the others?
For spirituality we are considering using the Montessori system either enrolling accessioned masters such as those published by the Messengers Elizabeth Clare PROPHET.
Not having been trained sometimes takes such adults out of the society and leaves them vulnerable so we must also create centers in order to serve those who have passed normal school leaving age, but would like to have a certain training to integrate themselves in the society. This group includes widows or widowers who did not study earlier but intend to take care of orphans. Our plans for these adult students are explained later in this document, under the heading “Adult Education”.