In a child’s body exists a soul that may already have had many sojourns on Earth behind it. In its innermost being, every person is a pure child of God. The knowledge about reincarnation and the possibility of repeated incarnations of the soul are not for nothing part of mankind’s ancient knowledge, not lastly, also found in early Christianity. Through repeated incarnations, the soul can mature more and more and find its way out of the wheel of reincarnation, in order to finally and completely be the pure child of God in the eternal homeland.
The school that the children and youth attend is a symbol for the school of life Earth, in which all people, whether big or small, find themselves. People live on the Earth to learn: They have the chance to recognize in themselves, step by step, the not good feelings, thoughts and behavior patterns that they brought into this life as a soul, and to change them toward the positive. This applies equally to teachers, parents and pupils. For this reason, part of the educational concept of the Sophia Schools »Learn With Me For The Universal Life« is that the teachers be good role models for their pupils and see in each child and youth their sister, their brother, who, like them, is on the way to God. They affirm and reinforce the good in each child and youth, and foster this through their own example.

Over and over again, at different times and in different cultures, God, the Free Spirit, has found ways to communicate with the people. At the present time, this takes place through Gabriele, His emissary. Liobani, a being from the heavens, also speaks through her and conveys much that is helpful for parents, children and young people. The following sentence can be found in one of the books by Liobani:

“According to the law of God, the following principle applies to every person: ‘Live, in order to learn’ – and not: ‘Learn, in order to live.’”

Particularly in today’s professional world, it is important that along with being given the learning material, which the state lesson plans of the respective states specify, the children and youth preserve and develop their joy in learning and that they experience how one learns something new. Beyond this, in a lively community, they develop ethical values, such as, community spirit, understanding, empathy, peaceableness and tolerance. They practice social abilities, such as independence, cooperation, the ability to communicate, flexibility, creativity, the ability to work in a team and an attitude of willingness. This is “learning for life.”