The Importance of Education Essay

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An education is something that one can keep for a lifetime. Acquiring a good education can affect one’s personal life, one’s community, and one’s entire generation. The only person who truly controls how educated I am, is me. My education feeds my intelligence, and since I want to be an intellectual, I want an exemplary education. In the end, no one can transfer knowledge from one brain to another, like a money transfer from account to account. It is something that I have to achieve with hard work and effort. Of course, I want someone to push me to learn and to grow, but I must decide for myself whether I want to succeed, or not. I know that I want to succeed and earn my education. I want to know everything there is to…show more content…
The mayor could spend money unethically, or pass laws that have a negative effect on the people of the community. This is why it is important for people of a community to get an education. In my high school, I walk the halls every day, and I see people that I know could do great things, but unfortunately, they are too lazy. The numbers of people who want to succeed and get their education are much fewer than those who do not care to earn their education. In many of the students, there is a lack of ambition to achieve greater things. Many want to be rich and famous, but they are not willing to work towards their goals. I try to inspire my peers to achieve as much as they can. I love helping them and working with them to rekindle their lost ambitions to gain intelligence. If communities are to move forward, they must educate themselves. Once communities start to educate themselves they will move forward, and supplement their generation. My generation must fill itself with intellectuals if we are to move on, as a group, to things that are more extraordinary. All the nations of the world are advancing, and we must choose to lead or move along with them, or the rest of the world will leave us behind. In this generation, there are many extremely intelligent people; however, they do not really have the same drive as previous generations, such as that of their fathers of grandfathers. One problem of my generation is that many people allow technology
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