At universities and colleges, sports and social activities are just as important as classes and libraries and should receive equal financial support Are you agree or disagree?

Life is all about taking the appropriate choices that lead to a degree of satisfaction. These choices may be dramtically hard because one wrong choice can cost massive concequnces that one has to think deeply to pick what is suitable for him. One of these options is to ask for the others opinion which I highly recommend for the reasons that I will explain in details in the following paragraphs. First,taking an advice from the others is not just an advice for one problem stand.on the contrary, It could be a beginning for a promising bond between you and the person you seeked help from. For example, I had a problem on my first year in my working place, and I called my supervisor for advice.Sooner, our formal relationship turned out to be a close friendship. As I mentioned, giving the opportunity to others to help you will not only get you out of a difficult dilemma but may also be a turning point in your life as you realize who supports your back and gives you a clear vision of the problem before deciding what decision to make. Second, taking an advice from others epecially if they are older is massively crucial. The reason beyond this, is that they offer you a genuine advice without seeking any credit. They do this out their experience because they went through a similar situation when they were our age. For example, when I had a misunderstanding on an issue with my younger brother,and we could barely talk to each other, my grandfather advised us not to widen the gap because the toughest problems are solved when people listen and talk to each other. That is the reason why I encourage the idea of consulting an older and an experienced person. To summarize, as we live, we face various challenges that leave us confused of which path to take. I think it is better for us to find a trusted guide or a reference who can be our guru or at least a trusty person that you would lean on.
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