The Excellencies, my esteemed teachers, and my dear friends, good morning. On this wonderful occasion, I would want to address the aim of education in front of you. To every one of us, education is very important. Our parents force us to learn a lot of things at home before enrolling us in school when we reach the age of three. The first place we receive an education is at home, where we acquire manners and other qualities that are essential for success in the real world.
Through formal education, we acquire knowledge and hone our moral, mental, and physical faculties. One loses all of life’s educational gains if not given a solid education. Success in both personal and professional life can only be attained via education. We receive a variety of knowledge and skills from education. It is a constant, steady, and safe learning process that aids in knowledge acquisition. It is a never-ending process that begins with our birth and concludes with the passing of each of us.
We should develop the habit of always learning from our professors, parents, relatives, friends, and other important people in our lives. We acquire the skills necessary to live successfully in our homes, communities, and social circles. Education and school attendance are incredibly important for everyone and are required for those who wish to succeed.
In addition to enabling us to learn about history, science, arithmetic, geography, and other topics, education also develops our mental agility and teaches us how to navigate difficult situations.