MAKE YOURSELF EDUCATED NOT ONLY LITERATE

The Educated person may:

  • have moral values.
  • know how to control his lust.
  • know “real wisdom is in knowing that you know nothing.”- Socrates.
  • try to be lucky.
  • Always helpful in nature
  • believe in hard work and sometimes neglect smart work.
  • solve his problems rather than moaning about them.
  • Live life with principles
  • Fill with a lot of manners and adequate
  • be thought as respecful person by others even if he doesn’t have any formal education.
  • know that knowledge and enllightenment is everywhere.

The Literate but Uneducated person may:

  • think that maturity comes with age and only old people can be mature.
  • Always bookist
  • be scared of every problem he will face or facing right now.
  • does back biting.
  • thinks that a person can only achieve something in life by acquiring formal education i.e. graduation, post-graduation.
  • believes in marks but also in knowledge.
  • values relationships.
  • Never be practical in life.

The Literate as well as Educated person may:

  • know how to read and write.
  • know even if he is far from home working 9 to 5 and living in an appartment where there is nobody for him, the person is still not alone as there is someone out there missing him.
  • know how to manage money with relationships.
  • know when to be selfish and when to see mutual profit.
  • know how to do job in an efficient manner even if he is tired.
  • have developed the listening power. Listening to parents, family, and influential people.
  • know the difference between needy humans and beggers.
  • hardwork and smartwork both together are key to success.
  • Natural in every situation
  • Handle any situation without being afraid

Just remember Literate people are everywhere with degrees, 100% marks etc. but educated people will be rare.

Education doesn’t only come in school, your parents too teaches you some values, something helpful that helps you in your life. That is education.

Conclusion:-

Literacy gives you power to live life.

Education gives you ability to nurture that power whole life to live life.

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Being educated vs being literate.

The Educated person may:

  • have moral values.
  • know how to control his lust.
  • know “real wisdom is in knowing that you know nothing.”- Socrates.
  • try to be lucky.
  • believe in hard work and sometimes neglect smart work.
  • solve his problems rather than moaning about them.
  • be thought as respecful person by others even if he doesn’t have any formal education.
  • know that knowledge and enllightenment is everywhere.

The Literate but Uneducated person may:

  • think that maturity comes with age and only old people can be mature.
  • be scared of every problem he will face or facing right now.
  • does back biting.
  • thinks that a person can only achieve something in life by acquiring formal education i.e. graduation, post-graduation.
  • believes in marks but also in knowledge.
  • values relationships.

The Literate as well as Educated person may:

  • know how to read and write.
  • know even if he is far from home working 9 to 5 and living in an appartment where there is nobody for him, the person is still not alone as there is someone out there missing him.
  • know how to manage money with relationships.
  • know when to be selfish and when to see mutual profit.
  • know how to do job in an efficient manner even if he is tired.
  • have developed the listening power. Listening to parents, family, and influential people.
  • know the difference between needy humans and beggers.
  • hardwork and smartwork both together are key to success.

Just remember Literate people are everywhere with degrees, 100% marks etc. but educated people will be rare.

Education doesn’t only come in school, your parents too teaches you some values, something helpful that helps you in your life. That is education.

Conclusion:-

Literacy gives you power to live life.

Education gives you ability to nurture that power whole life to live life.7.1K viewsView UpvotersView Sharers1020Add a comment…View Collapsed CommentsSponsored by GBO International Financial Services LTDObtain your Curacao Gaming License with us. Operating since 2009.Including assistance with banking, payments, cards, company formation, software, etc. Click for offer.Apply NowVenkat RamanUpdated March 12, 2018

Being literate is just knowing how to read and write. Every Tom, Dick and Harry can do it. Being educated is actually applying what you have read.

You need to be educated to be literate but you need not be literate to be educated. A simple example would be former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Kamaraj. He was illiterate (could not read and write) but he knew so much that experts were astounded by his knowledge.

The scenario explained below is based on a speech I heard from Mr. Suki Sivam, an excellent Tamil orator and motivational speaker.

When he spoke about Swami Vivekananda, he said about a famous quote from him “We have graduated but we are not educated”

The Incident

Let’s go to the incident he had (Now this was based on his real-life experience as narrated by famous Tamil speaker Sukee Sivam)

This happened in a train going towards a rural area in Tamil Nadu

There were two people in a train and both were well educated and returning to their hometown for a vacation. Both these people were working in a big company and were talking loudly in English. An old man who was following their conversation but could not follow it, spoke to them

Old Man : You kids look like you have studied a lot. What work do you do?

Person 1 : (Scornfully) You won’t understand. You are not educated

Old Man : (Calmly) No matter. You are educated. You can tell me in a way in which I can understand.

Needless to say, the educated fools hung their faces in shame

That is the difference between being literate and being educated.

Being literate is just knowing how to read and write. Every Tom, Dick and Harry can do it. Being educated is actually applying what you have read.

You need to be educated to be literate but you need not be literate to be educated. A simple example would be former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K. Kamaraj. He was illiterate (could not read and write) but he knew so much that experts were astounded by his knowledge.

The scenario explained below is based on a speech I heard from Mr. Suki Sivam, an excellent Tamil orator and motivational speaker.

When he spoke about Swami Vivekananda, he said about a famous quote from him “We have graduated but we are not educated”

The Incident

Let’s go to the incident he had (Now this was based on his real-life experience as narrated by famous Tamil speaker Sukee Sivam)

This happened in a train going towards a rural area in Tamil Nadu

There were two people in a train and both were well educated and returning to their hometown for a vacation. Both these people were working in a big company and were talking loudly in English. An old man who was following their conversation but could not follow it, spoke to them

Old Man : You kids look like you have studied a lot. What work do you do?

Person 1 : (Scornfully) You won’t understand. You are not educated

Old Man : (Calmly) No matter. You are educated. You can tell me in a way in which I can understand.

Needless to say, the educated fools hung their faces in shame

That is the difference between being literate and being educated.

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