Why is our theme One Planet, One People? The answer is simple yet very complex. We are all on the same journey around the sun each day. As the planet spins beneath our feet, our lives continue in regular rhythms that are so alike, despite our appeared differences.
Learning is the tie that binds us together, to our past and to our future. Lessons that will ensure survival, break down walls, and build up rubble. Our understanding of history, as well as science, and math, is essential to fixing all the problems that plague our modern society.
The ability to effectively communicate and problem solve, born of a good education that is rooted in quality literature, creative thinking, innovative exploration, and the arts, both practical and fine, is the mortar that will bridge the gap over what divides us. Through a pursuit of lifelong education, we each contribute to making changes for the positive on this planet of ours.
One Planet, One People is not just our motto, it is our reality. Do you want to see a better tomorrow? Invest in understanding the “why” of our present age and then innovate a “how” to fix it. We all share a common history and the unifying desire to make a difference. Help us expand this desire, your participation and presentations are an integral part of our mission.
One Planet, One People is a double sided call to action. It first asks you to consider what you must study to open your own mind to possibilities, not yet thought, to improve our blue home. Secondly, it begs you to reach beyond your own little world and unite, to greater understand your neighbor, and to carry the torch of freedom born of knowledge to the far corners of the world.
This is the mission of Global Learn Day, to reach and to teach. Not just on October 7th, but every trip around the sun. It is our hope that this voyage will inspire every passenger to dive deeper into his own self improvement and help the tide to rise all ships that all may get to learn. Join us for our voyage!
What do you think when you are One Planet, One People?