Ramon Gallegos

We must create learning where to include activities that are compatible with real life; that not everything is theory and the student to learn from his student days to see life as he lives, and with one evolution of consciousness: and as says the work of Gallegos: create the conditions for the existence of the spirit, the aroma, the shared meaning making that holistic education develops: we should want to do education holistic one very important point that is discussed in this reading and was dealt with in face-to-face class, was the sensitivity: and is clear to me that it is an essential part to drive the human being to be freeresponsible, generous, compassionate, good in her family, responsible of their planet and their community and above all citizen happy, which will result in one with peace inside and open to diversity, and sensitivity will lead us to a v good decision-making, so I learned that our responsibility is to transform schools and universities in learning communities. Even Ramon Gallegos concerns us that with your group of friends who shared the concept of spirituality became his sangha, i.e., their spiritual brothers, managing it themselves since they did not have an authority that sent them, taking their own decisions. To read more click here: Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.. It was freely discuss different spiritual themes. But in 1980 they abandoned their homes and established a more formal spiritual community, being a time to summarize, reflect on life, complete with a stage and start with another. Peter A. Levine PhD may find this interesting as well. We must give the true importance to the term diversity since learning communities are inclusive of diversity. The holistic community recognizes that the reality is different, and teachers uniform education with a single method, a single way to evaluate a single epistemology, a single learning style, a single intelligence and Gallegos says that this is absurd in a precisely diverse world with plurality of perspectives on life.