Education Is The Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use To Change The World By Nelson Mandela Analysis
After that, my mother decided not to send me to kindergarten anymore. She just got tired of dealing with my crying. Then, when it was time for me to go to first grade, my mother decided to send me to school, and there were no more excuses not to attend school. Her decision was so strong that she did not want to change her mind, which I found out when I started first grade. I cried and told her to stay with me then, too. She knew that I would do the same as I had done when I was in kindergarten. When I noticed that my mother would not give up, I gave up, and I started forcing myself to like school, but I still was not that interested.
Iraqi teachers made me hate the school. The way they treat the students it’s horrible, imagine that they hit the students with a ruler, or they make the students stand by the garbage can as a …show more content…
They also told me how important education is here and how I could succeed in life with education. Also told me that schools in United States are way different than Iraqi school. Most importantly, is that the teachers respect the students, and help the students a lot with the homework, and understanding the lesson. I very quickly realized that education is the most important thing in life, as Mandela said. I believe in his quote, because when I realized that education is the most powerful weapon, I started working hard and improving through hard