This is a well-known proverb already about related life-style. A period of pain in exchange of a period of enjoyment in future, supported by what is gained, life seems like a constant repitition of exchanging, or investing, to put it in other ways. No wonder there has been prevailing idea that people would labour hard in their youth and leave themselves smelling the flowers when they’ve accumulted enough wealth or get old.Nevertheless, success depend a little bit too much on money and origins. There´s a similar situation in Germany, India and Chile. The different realities were described about education in their own countries, and it was concluded that fair is to provide the same chances to a huge amount of the members of a society and that the states of affairs in the education ministries are quite unjustifiable and in some circumstances it can be unfair..
For other hand, pain is useful to grow up as a person, and then, probably, you are going to have success in your life. Maybe gain in a substantial form could not be transformed by some mathematical formula to value how happy a person feel. It might be that only through pain, do people value what they have gain, and feel the pleasure of success.It is just a matter of attitude what we see as gain and – unfortunately – we increasingly tend to substitute social and emotional values by financial and economical ones. And is not only the economical gain that matters.