Which would you rather be: illiterate but with your ideal loving situation, or a complete genius and completely wealthy?
I want to express my views on your question.
First of all No offenses. Illiteracy doesn't put you on a list which proves that you are not capable for anything. There are many examples which proves that illiteracy can not stop you from achieving your dreams.
Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft, is the richest man but was a dropped out of Harvard.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and Founder of the most promising social networking site "Facebook", was also a Harvard dropped out. But he promoted his social networking site and hold the position of youngest billionaire in the world.
Walt Disney, most influential animator, was a high school dropped out.
There are much more examples of such people who worked hard and secured a position in the world. They are living their life best in every aspects.
On the other hand, being a complete genius and wealthy is always good. Every one wants be a millionaire. Study will always improve your knowledge. It helps you to improve yourself, helps you to stand in a competitive market etc. Study will not always converts you into a millionaire or billionaire but knowledge does.
I would rather be a complete genius and wealthy. I think illiteracy will definitely make me suffer sometime, sooner or later. And then I would not be able to stand again (If i have no guts) .But if i have got the knowledge then I can fight back with every problem that comes into my way.For me, being genius and wealthy is better than anything.
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