Knowledge is power

Although you may have heard the phrase ” Knowledge is Power” when in school, but what does it really mean.

For me, that phase meant, if I worked hard enough at school, I would be able to go to college.  As a young teenager in rural Idaho, longing for something better, I knew the only way to afford college,  would be on a scholarship.  It wasn’t so much the schooling I yearned for, but more of a “get out of town” that I wanted.  I knew, there was no way my family could afford the tuition for college, so I had to earn my own way, no matter what it took.

Learning and school never came easy to me.  I knew to gain knowledge, I would have to put in some long hours, so that is what I did.  In fact an average of 2-4 hours, every night.  Yes it took commitment, but doesn’t anything worth while?

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With allot of hard work, and commitment I actually surprised myself.  In the spring of my senior year in High School, they announced the Top of the Class.  I was Co- Valedictorian, and had been accepted to 2 colleges with scholarships.  I chose to go to college, 600 miles away from home. Remember my mission was to “get out if town”.

It has been over 3 decades, and I haven’t once regretted my belief that “knowledge is power”.  That early yearning for something more, has taken me down several different roads.  I continue to approach each new path with the same belief.  Research, study, explore my options and increase my knowledge.

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It is so easy to increase your knowledge in the world of today.  With just a few taps on your smart phone you can “Google” anything.   i The power of knowledge is truly at the tip of your finger.

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