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To have a good life you must have a good education How many times has this sentence been ingrained into our minds by our parents our teachers even our older siblings How true is this statement In my opinion it is largely true however not everyone who has a good life is educated Following the same argument not everyone who is educated leads a good life What is deemed by an education An education as defined by the Merriam-Webster is the action or process of educating or of being educated It does not restrict an education to being a wholly academic process This means that a person educated in music sports or sewing counts towards having an education Another question we must ask ourselves is what success really means Is success measured in monetary terms or in how wide your smile is when you get out of bed Can someone really be happy living in a one-room flat occupied by 13 people and eating only one meagre meal per day Merriam-Webster defines success as a favourable or desired outcome Whatever you desired if you attained it you are successful If a road sweeper desires to have enough to eat every day and to have a loyal wife and a son and he attains all that he would be successful Does education guarantee that you attain everything you desire The answer is no If what you desire is to be a millionaire and the economy is in a slump no matter how qualified you are you may still not achieve your dreams of becoming that rich What can be said though is that an education will take you further towards achieving your dreams An educated person is more likely to be successful than an uneducated person A university graduate for example is more likely to land a job as a highly paid officer but an uneducated person who takes a
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