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If everyone had known the importance of their future, they could have
comprehended better the value of preparation in early life. A college education
may have seemed out of reach for some individuals, who struggled in high school.
A factory job or assembly line position was a more realistic goal to achieve.
Throughout their childhood there was a dream of having a mansion, or a fancy
car. Money was the center of their interests. They learned as they got older
that these things were harder to accomplish than they imagined. People had to
work long, tedious hours when they were young to get ahead for the future. There
was the reality of a price to be paid in early life, but what they benefited
later would be more than they could ever fathom. They would have to remember to
work hard, and prove to others that they were a worthy people to take note of.
This was only the beginning, however. They had to strive to do well in the
community and in their place of employment. Even the little things that seemed
insignificant made a bigger difference in later life. There were times when that
nothing job they had meant something more later on. They could have never known
when that past job supervisor could have been a place of reference for a job
opportunity or an advancement. There should be a certain part of people that is
devoted to their education. This will be something that will be noted later in
college, or sometimes in the job that was so important for them to have. The
studying may have been a little stressful at times, but if people had not
learned to balance their schedule at a young age how would they cope as adults
with a family, and occupation? It was a long hard road, however, the fruits of
labor would be endless. Their education had much worth, and was the foundation
of their future.