Why is Education Important?

1379735906_138c8a0a00_mEducation is the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. (Definition given by Dictionary.com)

This means that education is much more than merely studying something in order to have a profession.

You need to learn many things in your life if you want to be able to face all the challenges you’ll find on your way. You are not only studying in order to be a lawyer or a nurse, for example, but in order to prepare yourself to face dangers, solve problems, discover new solutions, act wisely, find happiness in life, and give something positive to your community with your work and your example.

I studied very hard when I had to face my absurdity, much more than if I had studied in ten universities, for 19 years, while curing many people in practice with the knowledge I acquired translating dreams according to the scientific method of dream interpretation discovered by the psychiatrist Carl Jung, which I simplified after continuing his research.

My example should inspire you and show you that you must study, because your own salvation depends on your education. If you are ignorant and you don’t care about learning what you need in order to solve your problems, you’ll die immersed in your ignorance, or you’ll live suffering, without ever finding what you need.

You should also care about having a diploma and a profession; otherwise you won’t be considered a serious and recognized professional.

We live in a world where words are more important than actions, and nobody cares about the truth when it goes against their personal interests. This is a world of hypocrites, thieves, and all kinds of monsters. If you live in this world without protection, you are in great danger.

Your education will give you the indispensable protection thanks to your social position, and financial support for your survival.

But you need more…

I discovered that the human being is basically an idiot who uses only a very tiny portion of his brain in a positive way, while the biggest part of his brain belongs to the wild side of his conscience, which is violent, immoral, cruel and sneaky.

This is why we are so far from mental health and happiness, and we live in a world where poverty and greed coexist, while terror and violence prevail.

This is a world where powerful leaders don’t desire to face enemies that will have enough knowledge to understand their selfish and unfair intentions, and this is why they try to prevent you from learning everything you should, instead of being their victim.

You need a powerful education that will surpass the narrow limits imposed by our absurd society, and will surpass also the vast human ignorance.

Learn how to translate the meaning of your own dreams yourself and everyone else’s as well, so that you may discover a font of wisdom and guidance for life, showing you what is really good for you and your life, and showing you how you can be a human being that will bring happiness to the world.

Christina Sponias continued Carl Jung’s research into the human psyche, discovering the cure for all mental illnesses, and simplifying the scientific method of dream interpretation that teaches you how to exactly translate the meaning of your dreams, so that you can find health, wisdom and happiness.

Learn more at: http://www.scientificdreaminterpretation.com

Click Here to download a Free Sample of the eBook Dream Interpretation as a Science (86 pages!).

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