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Kesiezie emphasises on God’s wisdom to fight unnatural powers

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By Leona M Shuya Updated: Sep 20, 2023 10:04 pm
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Viprallhou Kesiezie with Dr Zavise Rume and other participants on Wednesday at SIEMAT Hall, SCERT, Nagaland. EM Images

KOHIMA — The former director of State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT), Vipralhou Kesiezie, on Wednesday stressed on the need to deal with spiritual understanding and God’s wisdom to fight against the unnatural powers.

He stated this during the inaugural programme of a two-day counseling seminar for trainees of the one year diploma in school counseling held at SIEMAT Hall of SCERT, which has been sponsored by Samagra Shiksha Nagaland.

Kesiezie maintained that from counseling point of view, addressing human problems would be endless as they are multifaceted and many are emerging.

“Today, the problems we are being faced with is a battle between the good and the devil which is more of spiritual than psychological in nature,” he said.

He also highlighted on evolving lifestyles such as change of sex, LGBTQ, live-in partner and co-habitation, surrogacy and artificial intelligence (AI). Stating that the devil is really at work against humanity which are beyond one’s understanding and power, the former director asserted the need to deal with spiritual understanding and God’s wisdom to fight against the unnatural powers.

He told the participants to be extra careful as they would be dealing with children in their studies, broken homes, children with emotional and psychological problem among others.

Kesiezie also observed that the COVID-19 has affected the whole world leading to loss of jobs, poverty, quarrelling within the family, high divorce rate, child abuse besides impacting on children’s academic leading to high percentage of school dropouts.

He observed that children are vulnerable target at home, school, community, working places and others. He viewed that it is not safe for children as they are being preyed upon by predators and perpetrators before they could understood between good and evil.

Further, he stressed on the importance of school counseling and expressed delight to know that SCERT Nagaland is the first to introduce a diploma in school counseling to address the different issues and problems.

The programme was led by Dr. Zavise Rume, professor of guidance and counseling psychology cell at SCERT, Nagaland.

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By Leona M Shuya Updated: Sep 20, 2023 10:04:54 pm
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