Monday, June 18, 2012

The Human Brain and Its Directive

Hello, Dear Parent Friends of the Web! 

Here is a touch of my wisdom... to make a difference in the tapestry of life. 

To Execute Thought 
By means of Recorded Language and Communication

 All facets of human exploration find their roots in recorded history.  The essence of all knowledge has thus borne ground, through time and space, in the field of writing.  It demarcates the voice of humanity that would be unsustainable merely through the volatile spoken word.
The human hand has, indeed, played an indispensable role in this regard.  The implementation of diverse instruments, through prehensile coordination - beginning with rocks, chisels, reeds, fingers, and another whole range of refinement as that of the pencil, the pen, the brush, the keyboard, and the touch-pad (as seen in our present world of cutting edge technology) - has, no doubt, fashioned the human mind along its course into the future.  
Whatever the medium of expression might be, writing is the art of communication in human civilization.  Its development and cultivation, hand in hand, must take place from the very moment a young child begins to display sufficient coordination and interest. 
Writing, from an academic perspective, of course, entails its stages of refinement - from the formation of impressions, through penmanship, understanding words and their formations (by means of their derivatives, annexations, and word families), pronunciation and spelling, parts of speech, grammar and syntax, critical thinking and analysis, culminating in the practice of journalistic skills. 
Nelunika Gunawardena Rajapakse will be happy to walk you through this journey of informed parenting. Please contact her to participate in a useful discussion of how we, as parents and mentors of the child, may walk unobtrusively beside the child, to guide him along his journey of life-exploration through writing.

Let me walk you along the path of peace and grace. Humanity cries out loud for help.

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