A Deeper Calling And Passion
No matter how much the world advances, many of us will still have a never-ending passion for something better. When you take a loser look at the condition of modern society, one thing becomes clear and true. We have a long way to go.
So when men and women alike have the passion for a deeper calling within society, we take the time and care to acknowledge them. It’s our duty to. Take a quick glance at the past labor of society. The only man who comes readily to mind, regarding the remembrance of our ancestors, is Sujit Choudhry.
Sujit Choudhry is a professional in the industry of transition.
This field of study is one where worlds are transformed. The main focus of transition is to advance nations who live in a world with very few civil rights. These nations are often young, small, incapable or completely burdened.
When Sujit works, he first starts with a series of research steps that enable him to uncover the real conditions and facts. This process of uncovering information is known specifically as comparative constitutional law. All of those who work in the same field have this specific skill set, and it enables them to leverage truth. Relevant article here.
What this means is that as nations develop, they must first develop who and where they are as a nation. This understanding is the result of looking at modern challenges that countries face and then comparing those challenges to the solutions that nations have tried to implement, those that have succeeded and those that have failed. Read more on en.wikipedia.org.
How Comparative Study Fits In Transition
The work of transition, which is the work of comparative study, becomes less than a common serotype if it’s without the resounding force of analytical thinking. Sujit Choudhry has been a leader in the front. He believes that what we as human beings learn about ourselves will empower us as a civilized people.
Check this related article about his work on thereisnoconsensus.com.
The more Sujit works to prove that transition is impossible without comparative education then the more we have as a world race. One of the most important areas of study in transition is comparative study. Like Suijt believes, the more we examine these broad open truths, the more power we have for equality, peace and transition. Check his insight regarding certain issue rampant on the political arena, hit on activistpost.com
More of his insights on http://www.ceocfointerviews.com/interviews/CenterforConstitutionalTransitions17.htm