Often education is responsible for assisting you with being successful in life, but don’t under estimate good instincts either! Good instincts can make life great and I believe you have good instincts based on the picture above. Look at you, you immediately knew on your first birthday that fire could be bad! I can see you thinking, “Maybe I should not be this close to a flame? Why is Bobby trying to set me on fire? Why isn’t Rachel helping here?” Rachel’s instincts are questionable when it comes to fire.
Good instincts stop you from eating that two week old sandwich in the fridge filled with mayo. They tell you that that seemingly nice person that appears to want to be your friend might just be crazy and want to wear your skin. They should scream at you that you know nothing about mushrooms and should not be snaking them as you stroll through a forest and pick them. Yes, now that I think about it, education is nearly useless, just listen to your gut, drop out of college, and come home. See you soon.
P.S. I hope your gut/instincts are telling you right now not to listen to your dad?
New Word of the Day:
- a form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few.
- a state or organization so ruled.
- the persons or class so ruling.