The story and arching lessons that this film portrays reverberates throughout my soul, largely due to interpersonal experience. I lost approximately a pound of bodily fluids in the form of tears while watching. It is told through the eyes of a dyslexic young boy with ADD, Ishaan, who reminds me of my youngest brother--both being humble and imaginative.
Children are truly stars on earth; fill them will the iron-like coldness of society's formula for success, and they're likely to implode. Nurture them and employ patience with a nuclear passion, and they'll burn bright forever. Every child deserves infinite opportunities, for they have infinite possibilities.
No human is the same, and no one learns the same. Education should be personal, and its systems evolved to incorporate more than goals to meet generalized testing standards. The price of time and money shouldn't exist in regards to cognitive, creative, and spiritual evolution.