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‘Give your child a house before thinking about a bookcase’

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‘Give your child a house before thinking about a bookcase’

Disagreeing with the opinion ‘Leaving your child a bookcase is better than a house’, reader Quoc Khanh said: `No one underestimates knowledge, but don’t underestimate material things because of that. There are many good people.`

On the contrary, matter plays an important role.

Most importantly, parents who make a lot of money are mostly really good (not good at degrees, but about business, life…).

Sharing the same opinion, reader Nguyen Thi Thanh Thuy also supports the idea of giving priority to material things before thinking about knowledge: `For me, the house (material) is very important, and the bookcase (is learning,

Like me, I only finished high school, but because of my family, I didn’t go to college.

>> Bookcase ‘fishing rod’ – house ‘fish’

Emphasizing the importance of material conditions in developing knowledge, reader An Tu analyzed:

`I have seen many businessmen or successful people rarely read books (because the reading habit in our country is low). But that does not mean they do not have the skills to make money, nor do they have the ability to read books.

Supporting the idea of `settle down first, have a good career later`, reader Maikhoi220888 shared: `What is the ultimate purpose when you work, for whom? And what do you learn during the working process?

Supporting the idea of `settle down first, have a good career later`, reader Maikhoi220888 shared: `What is the ultimate purpose when you work, for whom? And what do you learn during the working process?

Supporting the idea of `settle down first, have a good career later`, reader Maikhoi220888 shared: `What is the ultimate purpose when you work, for whom? And what do you learn during the working process?

‘Investing in children is more profitable than buying a house or land’

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