Essay On Life Without Education

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Paradigm based on Education
I grew up in a society where people were taught to believe that they cannot get a job if they do not have the proper education. South Africa is brainwashed by the idea that people need to have a degree or a diploma in order to get a good job. My parents constantly remind me of how important my education should be and that I will never get a job if I do not have a degree or a diploma, therefore I also believe that without an education I will be living on the street and I will have no job. This paradigm about education is in fact quite negative simply because so many people have started businesses even without any degree or diploma, but I am stuck with the idea that I will not be able to make a living without a degree. I am too afraid of dropping out, because I am scared of becoming a failure. I believe
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I am not a morning person and the first hour is my own. The first thing I do is make my bed, because I cannot sleep in a bed that has not been made up in the morning. If I do not have this one hour to myself in the morning I am in a bad mood all day, therefore I prefer to do everything in silence. Once I have had my morning coffee, which I make immediately after I have made up my bed I am ready for the day. People do not always understand why I do this, but I believe everyone needs some time alone and I just prefer my alone time in the morning. I have never tried to start an important conversation with my friends or family in the morning, because I want to prevent conflict before I start my day. My morning routine has been like this for a few years now and I have never done things the other way around. This can be a positive thing in the sense that I will always be in a good mood after that hour, but negative in the sense that if someone starts to talk to me about serious issues in that hour I might say something that could have been
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