What education should I pursue? Not all education is good. Society may provide you an education so that you have the basic building blocks to contribute. Unfortunately, it often becomes about spewing back the "right" answers rather than pursuing the truth. If you pursue the truth and ask the right questions, you won't have to worry about finding the best educational institution. They will find you.
Before you seek an education from others, be sure to ask yourself what the answer is. It doesn't mean that you're always right, but if you don't already believe in something you're more likely to fall for anything. If what they are offering doesn't sound right, keep asking questions. The universe is full of half truths. Education may broaden your perspective or it may narrow it. Education may open doors and bring you wealth and social status, but leave you feeling empty and questioning your choices.
I remember one day before school you were tired and frustrated. You said "Why do I have to learn all of this stuff anyway? It's not like it's useful information." You were right. But rather than tell you so, I began giving one of my pep talks about how your education is what you make of it. "Your education can be a dull drudgery, or the best experience of your life. Choose fantastic!" I exclaimed. This was not a lie, but a half truth at best.
I want you to remember to pursue an education from those who are succeeding in your eyes. Take all the education that is offered to you, and then some, But never forget that it's the truth that really matters. Your best education, and the rewards that come with it, will always come from pursing the truth and helping others.