Here is what every little boy and girl should really be taught by their teachers and parents. I have always found it really odd (yet not surprising in other ways) that as kids at school, it seems we are taught everything we don’t need to know and will never use in day-to-day life, like trigonometry, and just about nothing we really do need to know – like how to start a bank account, what a mortgage is, how to have a happy marriage, how to catch a train, how to get a job, how to vote for a better nation, what honesty is, how to bring up children in the knowledge of God and on and on.
It’s so odd, that it borders on being conspiratorial! Not that the good teachers have anything to do with these things not being taught – these essential life-skills are just mysteriously left out of the curriculum by… by someone? I assume because it’s thought that the parents should be teaching these things to their kids – and perhaps they are right. But of course, the schools do make sure the kids are taught a whole bunch of politically correct nonsense, that the parents must not meddle in – this is the states job to set what is right and wrong.
Anyway, the fact is, the world could not possibly carry on as it is, with the same people at the top, the same people in the middle, and the same people at the bottom if everyone became wiser and knew these basic money-management life-skills. So, if the schools won’t teach these most basic and necessary ideas – what I call really useful knowledge, let the guy in the video below show you how it is that the Jewish people always seem to have cash to splash – often not starting with very much – and why not, when you see what their method of money-management is – and all might I add – straight from The Bible proving there really is nothing new under the sun!
How do we Christians miss it? Because he says our noses are in the New Testament whilst the Jewish people’s noses are in The Old Testament – where all the money-management skills are outlined. So it’s not really surprising in the end. I don’t much like the call to action to buy all his products at the end (it seems men always have to flog you something right?) but nevertheless he speaks sense – I’ll give him that. So here’s the answer to money management on a budget… the life-skills ALL children (and adults:) should be taught. I hope it inspires you as it did me!