Education Is The First And Foremost Right Of Every Human Being

1521 WordsSep 30, 20157 Pages
There is no elevator to the success we have to take the stairs in order to get to our destination.Yet my education experience had been an average student sitting at a desk, doodling in my textbooks, barely hearing what the teacher is lecturing. I didn 't usually have time to study, but when I did I didn 't. I use to always wonder if a single teacher can 't teach us all the subjects, then how could they expect a single student to learn all the subjects. In my opinion, exams and grades are temporary, but education is permanent. I believe that we all have empty minds at birth, and the purpose of education is to replace that empty mind with an open mind. We shouldn 't be studying to "earn" but to learn what we learn today to become "tomorrow". The difference between educated and uneducated person is much like the difference between life and death. Education is the first and foremost right of every human being, but sadly so many of us don’t appreciate it enough. Education adds so many values to our life, and some of the most important values are building a personality and a life. Besides the obvious skills and facts that we learn, we learn self-motivation and self-discipline, time management skills, social and communication skills and so much more. Most importantly we also gain confidence and self-esteem, as well as learning what 's right and what 's wrong. Being educated increases people’s sense of "self-worth", life expectations and overall "happiness", in other words, it 's
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