Nothing has a Purpose if it has No Value…
I have learned that if something does not have a purpose in your life, then it really has no value. Of course, purpose is very relative to that person and their particular being. For the context in which we are speaking, however, I am evaluating the tangible value of my education at this very moment in my life.
Thankful is far beyond an understatement in describing my feelings for my support system. However, it’s a somber reality in thinking about those who have absolutely no support in their journey to success. With all that being said, when it comes time to financially invest in your daily responsibilities and obligations how do you measure the value of your education? Meaning, how much do you value your education when being a broke college student has disgustingly overflowed and oozed its way into your alumni era.
Most people, including myself have a very high regard and respect for those who have done the necessary work to earn their degree. But is it just me, or can that value become skewed when some of the critical purposes for earning your degree continue to go unfulfilled? Educated…now what?