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Why are the Jewish family educated children either the elite or the rich.?

2018-11-19
 The number of Jews in the world is about 16 million, accounting for 0.3% of the world's total population. But since the Nobel Prize was established, 22% of the winners are Jewish, which is 100 times that of other nations.
 

 

Among the richest entrepreneurs in the world, Jews account for nearly half, and famous financial companies such as Goldman Sachs and Salomon Brothers are created by Jews. 50% of the elites on Wall Street in the United States are Jewish.
 

 
Some American elites and rich people are familiar are from Jewish families, such as:
 
Some American elites and rich people are familiar are from Jewish families, such as:
 
Larry Ellison, the founder of technology giant Oracle, is the richest Jew in the world, and his 70-year-old net worth reached $54.2 billion.
 

 
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984 in a small town near New York. Growing up according to the rule, the Jewish adult ceremony was held at the age of 13.
 

 
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg
 

 
Google founder Sergey Brin and Larry Page
 

 
Why do Jewish families cultivate so many elite talents? It turns out that the Jewish nation has a mature education model for children from an early age.
 

The book is sweet

In the Jewish home, the child have a little sensible, and the mother will open the Bible, drop a little honey on it, and then ask the child to kiss the honey on the Bible. The purpose of this ritual is that  books is sweet. The Jewish family also has a tradition passed down from generation to generation, that is, the bookcase should be placed on  the bed head. If placed at the end of the bed, it will be considered disrespectful to the book.
 

 
According to a UNESCO survey, in the Israeli population with Jewish population, people over the age of 14 read one book average of month;In the proportion of books and publishing houses per capita and reading books per capita per year that Israel is the most country in the world, more than any other country in the world.
 

Knowledge is wisdom


Jewish family education for children almost answers such a puzzle: "If one day your house is burned, your property is robbed, what will you run away with?" If the child answers money or Property, the mother will further ask: "There is a thing who has no shape, no color, no smell. Do you know what it is?" If the child can't answer it, the mother will say, "Child, you are taking is not money, It is not a property, but wisdom. Because wisdom is something that no one can take away, if you live, wisdom will follow you forever.
 

 
Hebrew famous educational motto is "to educate children, ." It includes the meaning that parents must carefully observe the child and provide opportunities for each child to use their creativity to live their lives. That is to help the child to choose the right path, so that learning becomes a sweet and delicious, full of surprises, so that children can "complete their mission." Parents need to discover mysteries, but this mystery is the children, not for the parents. The parent’s mission is not to tell the children what to do and what to be, and “must be humbled in the face of their wisdom”.
 

Value talent

 
Jews value knowledge and value talent. They believe that general learning is just an imitation without any innovation. Learning should be based on thinking, and thinking is made up of doubts and problems. Learning is often suspected, asking questions at any time, doubt is the door to wisdom, the more you know, the more doubts will occur, and the problem will increase, so asking questions will make people progress.
 

 
Jewish families thus pay special attention to the interflow of ideas with their children. Children can talk and discuss problems with adults, and occasionally adults will be entangled with children, intended to guide them into learning and research.
 

Special emphasis on wealth education

 
Children initially cannot understand the meaning and value of money, but they already know the needs of individuals; therefore, when Jewish children start asking for something from their parents, they try to explain to the child what they want get something is use money to buy., and making money is hard. If the parents don't explain it, the child will think that anything can be obtained from the parents. If the parents are as long as the child asks, they will promise.
, the child will asking for things no restrictions in the future.
 

 
Jewish family wealth education timetable
 
3 years old: parents start teaching children to recognize coins and banknotes
 
4 years old: children should learn simple calculations
 
5 years old: Let the children know what the coins can buy and how the money comes from.
 
7 years old: understand the price tag and cultivate the concept of "money can change things"
 
8 years old: teach them to work to earn money, store money in the bank
 
9 years old: Children should be able to make a one-week spending plan, knowing to compare prices when shopping
 
10 years old: know how to save a little money every week, in case of a large expenditure
 
12 years old: See through the illusion of advertising packaging, set and execute spending plans for more than 2 weeks, and understand the terminology of correct use of banking
 
Relying on the "reading" financial management
 
Jews have a clear attitude towards money. Their cultural heritage of wealth relies on the 《Talmud Classic》, a Rockefeller family that symbolizes the spirit of American capitalism, and It is the best example for Jews to use the teachings of 《Talmud Classic》.
 

 
By studying this classic, Jews taught them how to manage their wallets from childhood, and how to look at the value of wealth. 
 
In addition to their commitment to the education of their children's wealth, the Jews also make full use of the "contracts" they are best at, using trusts to manage their heritage, and taking care of their loved ones and ethnic groups in trust.
 
Trust is the "big abacus" of the Jews. Through the detailed specification of trusts, the more excellent children, the more resources they can get. For example, if a family descendant enters a university, he or she can receive a certain amount of money; he can marry and get a child or  business, and he can receive some funds. On the other hand, the spendthrift can't get the money, so a huge family property is not easy to be exhausted by a spendthrift
, and can be reserved for future generations.