As a youngster looks around, loads of conflicts and hypocrisies pop up everywhere; be it society, culture, economy or politics. The youth are told to follow a number of ideals and goodness. The youngsters shall seldom accept them as, firstly; they have doubts over their utility. Secondly, it is always easy for them to decipher that all these ‘expectations’ from them have perceptible elements of ‘hypocrisy’ and ‘conflicts of interests’. It does not take a genius to see through it. They can see that they are asked to keep away from alcohol and drugs, whereas, everywhere in society and popular culture, people young and old are deep down into it. They are asked to keep away from sex but everywhere, everyone seems to be indulging in it and almost all things around them have sexual overtones to it! They are told to be calm and cool in a societal space, where gun culture and rage is calamitously growing. This hypocrisy is so open and clearly visible all around that it is impossible for them to accept the prescriptions.
Very clearly, this is no solution. The solution is in knowledge of objective and neutral realities. The solution is in a worldview of ‘holism’ and not that of ‘parts’. The trouble of all mechanisms, which are offered to youth as ‘educational or prescriptive’ tools for eliciting ‘appropriate’ action-behavior benchmarks from them is; they are all only ‘part’ facts and knowledge. They are shown only ‘half picture’ of life-living realism as it is believed, they either cannot understand the ‘full picture’ or it shall be dangerous or inappropriate to give them the whole picture. Dare show them the ‘full picture’ and see, how it works and wins!