Once upon a time, there was a village named Rampur. In one part of Rampur, the children were so carefree that they never took education seriously. These children always played with each other and had all the time in the world. In the second part of Rampur, the children were so intelligent that they always thought about their futures. However, all of these students in both parts of Rampur attended the same school. The only difference was that the second part of the village’s children had several people to tell them the importance of education, while the first part of the village’s children never received any such suggestions. The first part of the village’s children soon began to feel uncomfortable with this difference. It was hard for them to be with the second half of the village children and not feel small. And, yet, small was just what they needed. Small things are what we receive from education, and one day these small things will cause major changes.