06 September 2016

Forget about piano lessons, mom

Sun-Tzu for kids...

Upon reading the version written for Japanese grade-schoolers • which is about my level of strategic thinking • I was surprised at how useful it was.

The book is divided into four sections: winning, making your dreams come true, dealing with adversity, making one more step forward.
No safe spaces here, kiddo.


2 comments:

Bill E said...

Asian kids are taught philosophy to aid them in overcoming adversity and winning struggles, while our kids are taught to subjugate themselves to other cultures and offer themselves up on a politically correct bonfire.

It's pretty easy to see whose culture will last longer.

Neo Conservative said...

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there's a reason for the high proportion of asians in, for instance, medical schools.

we teach our kids not to compete. they do the opposite.

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