Folk wisdom says: the root of the teachings is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. With this it is difficult not to agree.
Folk wisdom says: the root of the teachings is bitter, but its fruit is sweet. With this it is difficult not to agree. The vast majority of modern schoolchildren do not want to study, considering it a useless occupation, because it is difficult, and in the world full of other, more interesting activities. But they can not understand that without a decent education in life it is very difficult to achieve anything. By the words “decent education” I mean the case when a person has enough knowledge at the end of the school, and is also able to think independently, fantasize and analyze.
We all want to be successful in the future and live life with dignity.
If a person is good at school, then he has many chances to enter a good university, where again he will have to work hard and get knowledge, so as not to overwhelm the session and not be excluded. After graduation, a former student must find a job, and it’s good when the job brings both money and pleasure. Of course, you will have to change several places, gain experience, but sooner or later the student is determined definitively with his favorite place of work. And if he will be allocated other among employees, he will move up the career ladder.
There will be an opportunity to create a family, to buy a car, housing, to cease to depend on the parents. Later on, people earned by honest labor will have the opportunity to travel, provide children with education, and themselves to arrange a comfortable old age. This will be the “sweet fruit” from the “bitter root”.
Another example – a schoolboy does not begin to learn and try from an early age, does not enter the university and can hardly find a decent job. He will not taste this “sweet fruit”. Therefore, you need to learn, because, as it turns out, without education in our lives anywhere.