Education is a right, not a privilege.” It goes without saying that parents have the obligation to educate their children and on the other hand, the students have the responsibility to study hard with the objectives of sharing their knowledge, talents and skills to contribute for the welfare of the society through service.

It is the right of every individual to learn, explore, develop his physical, intellectual and moral faculties in preparation for life.

Learning is a never-ending process. We must continuously discover and gain new ideas so as to increase knowledge. There’s always a room for advancement. We must study the most advanced discoveries and theories.

Knowledge is power! It is the best weapon to fight for any problems, dilemmas, hostilities and calamities.

Education broadens one’s vista, sharpens one’s intellect and deepens one’s insight. It helps to discover and enrich one’s personality and culture.

As the world is continuously changing, we must not stop studying these changes and find solutions to meet the never-ending needs of the society. Education is vital to cope up with this changing world.

The global scenario is complicated and dynamic. Education will make this world small and simple.

It is a wise move to empty your pocket (money) and invest in books (education). The greatest legacy that the parents can give to their children is education. It is the best treasure that can never be stolen.

Educated society is a wealth of the nation. It makes the country strong and secure. People will learn from the past, live to the fullest and hope for the future to materialize their goals and ambitions.

Youngsters are the backbone of the society. They are the nation-builders. Through formal education, they will become high-caliber professionals, scientists, doctors, lawyers, teachers or skilled workers. Educated and learned persons have the sense of morality, self-esteem, security and confidence.

Education can eliminate illiteracy and poverty,  alleviate the standard of  living,  eradicate slavery and top of all, make this imperfect world an ideal place to live in.


2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by eva c. rubio on October 26, 2013 at 5:59 am

    perfectly explained the importance of education, and Filipinos are really studious even if it means a sacrifice for their parents who are financially incapable of supporting them in high tuition fees nowadays…most of them ( poor but deserving students) maintain a high scholastic grades in order to keep discounted on tuition fees or even pay no more .. congratulations to everyone who values education…thanks to Ma. Lourdes V. Lipardo for this blog…more articles please..


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