You cannot just collect Free Stuff from everyone or anywhere and be valuable. If you do collect every Free Stuff from the road side, then you are becoming a Junk Yard full of junks that you may not need at all in your life.
Therefore, Free Stuff wont be free anyomore if Free Stuff affect your life negatively. Sadly, most Free Stuff are junks and not needed in your life. In the long run, free stuff can become more expensive than none-free stuff.
By all measures, I'm not saying that some none-free stuffs are not also junks. I'm correlating the magnitude of varrience between free stuff and none-free stuff. It's important to evaluate the needs v/s wants and bargain things accordingly.
After listening to this Reaserach Study, my question is, why people think that Free Education will be different from the rest of all other Free Stuff that we consider as Junks? Look around, #PrivateSchool are the best than Public Schools, Dealership Cars are the best than Junk Yard Cars, Services We Pay for are the best than the one we receive for Free, 5 Star Hotels are tje bedt than Shelter Homes, Restauran Meals are the best than Kitchen Soup Meals, Outlet Stores are the best than Thrift/Pawn Stores, and on and. Why the same logic don't transfer whrn come to Education?
It's simple, you get what you pay for. You don't pay for it, you get crappie services and or goods. It's that simple. Let this simple truth sink in as the reality of life. Free Education and expect it to be as valuable is just a self fulfilling prophecy or a fallacy. There is a catch somewhere down the road. The question is, are you willing to gamble your children's future life?
Parents, Fathers and Mothers or Guardians, we have to rethink the quality of our children's education system. It's the greatest investment of all to your children. Think of Education as valuable as other expensive goodsand services we bargain and evaluate in life. That's the only way we can improve our kids' education and future. Dont be stingy, you will get crappie results.
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