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Double Sponge: An Education Path
A magnificent world view on education
It starts off by looking at everything around you. What do you see? An invention, idea, and a concept. That scenario has been influenced, and you can be that person to influence it.
Now education comes into play. The tools are what you are going to learn from education, such as books and schools. That experience will change your perspective on how you see things working. You will feel like a new person developing and amplifying your intelligence and unleashing your full potential.
Secondly, You have acquired a skill that can be endless. For example, helping people when they have a problem even a little bit can make a difference, or it can transform someone's life. You can also have a good job, so you can also help support your family. Education might have its challenges, but it's worth every second. Education helps the world go around in many ways such as jobs, services, and new products.
Third, a new you has become unstoppable. For example, you have achieved that classification of that education path. It can also be a good way to network with individual people. You have thrived in your life. An amazing world of education.
Double Sponge: In a 2011 interview, Bezos indicated that he founded Blue Origin to send customers into space by focusing on two objectives: to decrease the cost and to increase the safety of human spaceflight. By July 2014
Double Sponge: Ninety-nine percent of international data is transmitted by wires at the bottom of the ocean.
can make it difficult because you have to take some steps to avoid coral reefs.
Double Sponge: Without putting a participatory democracy in place, we can never reverse the environmental crisis and establish a balance with nature.
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Asiababe: I agree with Storm, Poor old world must be in mess though.
Sometimes I feel so grateful to be living in NZ now, is so far from heavy polluted parts of the world.
We lived in China for 2 years and pollution was terrible, people just didn't care though.... Money always was more important to them than nature
Asiababe in reply to SACRED STORM: Yes, I love it here. My Hubby take me often into mountains and we have a big canoe for exploring rivers and lakes, we paddle till we find nice campsite. Birds singing wake us each morning
Double Sponge: Yo one way to tell, you're an introvert is when everyone is socializing you're reading MIT & Harvard books.
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Asiababe in reply to Peanut Brittle: Try talking about nice stuffs and I am sure we can have good conversations, I am tired of preaching, I grew up in strongly catholic society where priest controls everything, even the govt.