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shanky jainy


education


Education is the foremost thing required
Because without it only defeats are acquired

Education is a life sustaining material
Without it we can’t lead a life which is congenial

Education not all about bookish knowledge
But it is also about practical knowledge

Education makes a person stand up on his on toes
Education helps a person to fight with all his foes

If a man is educated
He can be destroyed but not be defeated

Education helps us to distinguish between what is right and what is wrong
Education is like playing ping pong.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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