People are affected by pleasure and suffering, which exert various pressures that shape one’s behavior. When a person is given relative freedom, he can develop from within by learning about himself, his environment, and the harmony of the entire system in which he lives. If he is lowered to the rank of an animal, his behavior can be shaped according to the pressures of pleasure and suffering; he can be trained through reward and punishment or positive and negative reinforcement. In order to develop spiritually, an education system must help a person connect to the environment in a mutually complementary way. Nature requires that we build a proper internal model of the outside society so that we know how to relate in a loving way toward the environment.