- Reading: to understand life, culture and humanity
- Listening to people: to understand perspectives
- Thinking for oneself: to form perspectives
- Expressing: (in speech or in writing) to communicate perspectives
- Social understanding and sensitization: to understand your fellow humans and work towards betterment
- Morality: to recognize the good and the bad and apply them in life
- Knowledge and information: (basics of science and history, and current affairs) to know of the human civilization
- Playing/following a sport: to understand ethics and competition
- Travelling: to meet people and to see the world
- Emotional stability: to add strength to life
- Healthy eating and health consciousness: to use education to enhance life
True education can't be defined as the accomplishment of something, since true education never ends. Instead, true education is more a measure of intent and habits in life. So, true education is not the state of rest or of motion; it actually is the velocity with which you are travelling that journey of education, which shows how truly educated you are.
Would like suggestions on adding more points to the list.