Choices Made in Life

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In life you have several choices; some can make or break you. There are numerous cause and effects of those choices. One decision in life is a college degree, some people think it is a must and some think it is not. My decision to further my education entails numerous causes and effects.

From what I have gathered from generations before me is that a college education makes a person stronger and more confident. I know that having a college education has the potential of presenting me to a heap of situations and I will learn so much more in a college setting than just getting the required education. A college student encounters all kinds of people in a college setting and it will teach me to communicate with different kinds of people in different settings and in return will give me a big boost of confidence. College education has a profound effect on a person and his or her life. It helps people choose their careers more wisely and the college experience makes people become more confident and can make better and well judged decisions. To get a higher education is perhaps crossing the biggest milestone of your life. A college education is a very valuable thing and everyone should get one so that we can all be enlightened and help make our society a better place. A college is a place where people come together in an environment that helps nurture their educational and professional curiosities. People learn to read, reflect, explore, listen, argue, and especially, stretch their known boundaries. A college education helps people and prepares them for the entry into the real world of economics and social bindings. Students learn what exactly personal freedom is and then they learn how to enjoy that freedom in the real world once the education has been completed. College teaches people to dream of, to reach their highest aspirations, to choose well, and to choose wisely. It is sometimes very perplexing to think that many people undermine the value of a college...
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