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Education on Gun Control

Uploaded by arina130 on Nov 07, 2007

We are all involved in the process of education from beginning of our lives. Mr. Thoreau is comparing education to the simple life experience as straight-cut ditch to mentoring brook. Straight-cut ditch is man made trash, and brook is natural crick. But they both has similarities as they help water to reach a bigger reservoir. We all have desires to succeed in that world. And we perceive an education as a straight-cut to the knowledge which will give us a power.
Education is incorporated in every child life, and perceived as something mandatory. Most of us have negative attitude toward kids who skip the school and who do not maintain good grades. But it well-known fact that not always the people who were good students in school become successful in their lives. Most of the people will agree, that much more pleasurable to have a deal with educated and intelligent people then with ignorant and uneducated. But not all educated people can reach the goal in their life. Without other important features, as dedication and hard working, it is not possible to make the dream come true.
I started to think about continued education when it was time to pick a profession in my life. Education serves as an elevator to reach a goal to become either a teacher, engineer or accountant. To continue my education beyond the school wasn’t even a question, because both of my parents went through this process, and they were working as an engineers. They wanted me to be not only healthy, but independent, and intelligent person. I perceived an education mostly as a pleasant and useful experience which gives us a tool for long life learning. It teaches us not only the particular things, but also how to think. While some of the facts and figures we learn today may not apply to the world of tomorrow, our ability to think will be useful always, in everything we do. It widens our understanding about what is possible in the world. Education increases our awareness and appreciation of areas that affect and enrich human lives, such as music, art, literature, science, politics, and economics.
Education teaches us to make things more efficient in human being understanding. But in some cases it...

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Uploaded by:   arina130

Date:   11/07/2007

Category:   Gun Control

Length:   3 pages (642 words)

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