This topic starts with In the Void of Education, Part 1 and follows Part 4.

If I were to believe in such a thing as sin, that invisible tag of deficiency, that scarlet letter which signifies an inevitable justification for actions which work against the divine standards, I would define sin as allowing even one person on this planet, no matter the colour of her skin, caste, or condition at birth, to be given anything less than opportunity for an education which enables reaching for his ideals.

Anything less is failing that individual and our total, collective potential.