Your Children’s Education

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Tim Humble

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Figure it

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out

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all my

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work whenever I

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was at work

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or preschool I

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was sending people Pease investing

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messenger

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family

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it's nice to meet you

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brothers who have

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been attempting to try to register for hot spots we're coming back

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behind the portfolio

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last time I was having

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a lot of students joining us brought us together to continue these two

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professions

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and the topic of

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this evening Sharla is a topic which

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I get asked about from time to time

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different people

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if we were discussing

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the topic of our children's education,

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the topic

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is

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children.

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There are all sorts of responsibilities and opportunities.

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So I mentioned

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that

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there are

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responsibilities

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and then

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manage

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CD

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T is to

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give you an increase in wealth.

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And

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notice to the

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shortcode responsibility

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profits

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Hulu

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asks about

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so

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I'm sure you're caught up to it.

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There are opportunities

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for us as individuals and their opportunities

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at large, as an opportunity for us as individuals,

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either

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in the afternoon

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or when the child goes out and grabs

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his seats

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an

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entire child

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invest

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how much

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time and effort and quality

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you spend,

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you spend a

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huge amount of

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your energy

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from all over the world from

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a pious child that will continue to teach

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people

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and family traditions

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that will continue.

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Trinity

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wants to

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know

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when the people rejected

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given permission to be given a choice, if you wish

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to take the mountain

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until

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we

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overlook the harms the key

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is for you.

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offspring

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of people who wish

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or

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imagined

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NGO of the city rejects

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so much corruption and brushed it off, but the hope is that something better will come from them

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for the future.

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There is

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something

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that will change

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to take care of children. We don't want to be asked to

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leave that place until you're asked about our responsibilities. And one of those responsibilities.

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We have to bear in mind

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that

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our children have a particular place in

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Our lives, especially taking our children can either be a huge

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investment asset. But like any investor, they can also turn sour.

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Like when you invest in a business, it can be really annoying need to lose a lot.

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They can feel

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they can gain you.

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Judge, it seems to

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me and he's told that this team

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is charged

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the good deeds that his childhood and his children before him, released his rank in

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the US as

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well.

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The corrosion of children the problem of

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continuous monitoring is

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extremely, extremely important that we deal with the topic of our children.

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Talk about today is the topic of education, because education plays a massive role in the success of

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our children, versus the huge part of our

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education

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must disclose

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our children's education.

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And there are two major problems that I want to address that most people ask

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a lot of people say, how do you reconcile

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the desire for us to have pious children and the need for our children to have an education

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in terms of the world?

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Lots of people ask this question,

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what

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are some of the major problems that people are suffering with their children's education today and above

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the

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problems that we face

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and we face

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regardless of the type of school

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system,

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subsystems are better,

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these two problems are the heart of the issue.

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They have

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the content and the environment. So the content of what our children learn

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in school, where they learn things that are incompatible,

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or things that will harm

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the

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history could be learning out issues of interest

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in many Western countries,

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it could be

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about other religions, it could be

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things that distract them of the religion,

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the religion

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all of these are problems with the content of what our children

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and

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our environments

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and what is the content

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knowledge to teach them

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and it was

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an It was a teacher for sure, of course, this is the

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content of things that we

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to deal with the environment. And

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this is unexplored in the world.

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This

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is still surrounded by other people and the people influence

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your teachers influence for the children's teachers influence the children's friends influence, environment,

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environments.

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This

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is great to

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talk to you about some of the differences

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for teaching children, Islamic schools, homeschooling, we're going to talk about all these things.

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But one we have to deal with these topics is

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you have to deal with the problem of environment, you have to deal with the problem of the content that you're going to agree to.

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But I want to start with those.

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To the parents. So many parents are living in a state of

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a state of calm on a list of all exposed to children learn what

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they think because they simply

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just do it.

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Under the current developments,

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we

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come from some of the best astonished at how we have seen

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children in

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schools

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in terms of

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their involved in

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Islamic school,

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gonna tell you the best of the best Islamic schools

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and we know that these kids are into drugs and alcohol, and we've been watching pornography

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16 years until your kids from the age of 10 years old.

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Just three weeks ago, I came across a situation

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from a kid probably 12 years old.

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particular child was looking

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on his

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laptop, tablet.

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We

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have a

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reality

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show

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just

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being exposed

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to

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a lot of people.

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And

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once you think about the case

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goes

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viral are schools in the UAE whose primary purpose is to spread the message of atheism and

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so is top 100 and there's tools

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in

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the last six months

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10 cases of children have become a

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bit

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warmer

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16 years old

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16 years old.

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So we need to

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we need to solve this

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wondered

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Tell me about what

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are the most important cases I have

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he is friendly

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for the kids swear.

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So, we have to

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we have to remember

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Do

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you

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need to come to the rescue to attend the summit.

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So we have to wake up

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with a serious issue

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it can affect

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it can affect

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the content and

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distribution of the

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teachers, teachers.

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So, I'm going to talk

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about children's education

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and

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cultural

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to take control

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of our children's life

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for our children's

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children's education, teachers

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take

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it

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now,

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but it means taking

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too many people, we outsource our children's education, first of all,

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to the shapefile

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and YouTube

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so we

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we switch off the TV and we see

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the TV and we'll

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talk

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about what it was

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we outsource our children's education for the internet to whatever is the target whatever

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child picks up the most dangerous time

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teachers time is

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the time

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by the time they try to huge percentages

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out

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there.

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So the first mistake is not apply.

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Because those are the formative years

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of the likes and dislikes and the majority opinion is often a source

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of complex thoughts.

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Complex the most simple

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and simple likes and dislikes of holding a very young age.

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So, we have to be careful about that

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then we outsource our children's education to

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either

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whatever is in the house or a grandparent or whatever it is you're

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doing somebody else

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is education

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a few hours

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ago, we sent

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them to the school we don't.

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So, this is

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from

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the fetus

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is the stuff out of our children's education to

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like

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responsibility for a project

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where it

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is

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and you start treating your children's education the same way

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as a

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teacher, kids which which

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which teaching

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music producing songs

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or you

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want to

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control

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what

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on earth

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What have you achieved, how are you progressing?

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What can you do to

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control

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children's education

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and to do this

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something very, very important and that is your

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friendship with your children.

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Because children

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are friends and

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child

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they will tell you about the

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children.

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We see

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what

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two weeks later

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you have to break through that barrier of that false impression

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by

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too many people, they like to teach their children to tell them what they want to hear. Did you create it? Yes.

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Because you want to hear it and you just want a very good

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grade. Did you pray today? Yes.

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I was playing with my friends. okay to

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do something to stop this happening in the shop.

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Promise because

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I must say

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What is the benefit, we have

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got to teach your children

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to

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do something,

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it's

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an

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exercise,

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you have really big problems, we have the problem of the content, we have the problem of the environment, we have to deal with the content.

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I personally believe there are lots of

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my school is not teaching

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mathematics and science and physics.

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But when it comes to this topic,

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another practical content to read

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or something,

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which

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I believe

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is talked about content is essentially one solution. When it has varying degrees of severity, or varying degrees of implementation.

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This solution is

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curricular for your child to fall.

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For your child for

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an extended time, you will have to close the child and in English is not a standard curriculum.

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So if we look at the best example of this best example,

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what

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would

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you say a huge amount of the curriculum.

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But

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I think everybody needs to go and sit down and

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watch to teach my child

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you want to pass on to your

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students have a teacher

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meaning you just want to teach them about the deep

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American curriculum in Sharjah, and one specifically for my children

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who has what they teach their children.

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Now let's dig into yourself

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and see if

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I can give you

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what I teach.

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My goal

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is to stop taking an effort to teach them what is

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an enemy

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that has a quality curriculum.

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So 70% 60% so the money we want

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to get

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for yourself. Want to call

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you some

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sort of a weekend or a holiday break. Just starting to teach yourself.

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school teachers

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Chances are,

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you have to say

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would be

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able to challenge us,

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you're going to find it

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very disheartening to get

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the challenge.

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Scientific evidence

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finding is not at all.

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Not

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nothing.

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But instead what we find is a lot of clever

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marketing today people believe in

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the challenging market.

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So it's incredibly important that when I see control,

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I decided

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to homeschool my eldest child,

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and he was interested in schooling.

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For years, he was homeschooled.

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And I saw

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a distress in his friends in the deep end, he was only 2767 out of

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approximately six years old, seven years old, I saw it. So it doesn't have to be the change. But I can't,

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I can't just take on school, and let all the kids in the house.

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So I'm going to stop

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you.

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Good. So I said I'm gonna

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I'm gonna base education on the British National Cricket

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boxes

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that I feel are compatible with this

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curriculum with our

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curriculum.

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And then we start

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counting to 10.

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Charlie's

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child is capable of counting backwards.

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Now you are aware

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and you're able to find the things which are not able to challenge it.

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And your

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child can direct your child to what to do after a while,

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on the weekends

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or holidays, or holidays.

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Sitting down, we made a separate area.

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I teach them in the same way that

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you have to be

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really

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basic, basically these are these are the

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two options, number one.

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Number two, and this is the best way

00:39:12--> 00:39:14

to learn yourself and teaching

00:39:16--> 00:39:16

you

00:39:21--> 00:39:22

how

00:39:26--> 00:39:28

to sit down with a whiteboard.

00:39:33--> 00:39:34

students with the

00:39:35--> 00:39:35

teacher

00:39:37--> 00:39:38

is something else.

00:39:40--> 00:39:43

And that is that the relationship between you and your child was

00:39:46--> 00:39:49

like a strong relationship because you're spending time to get

00:39:57--> 00:39:57

started.

00:40:01--> 00:40:02

So

00:40:03--> 00:40:06

So officially

00:40:09--> 00:40:10

because

00:40:12--> 00:40:12

that

00:40:19--> 00:40:23

is decision I've ever made in my child's education by the grace of Allah

00:40:25--> 00:40:25

is teaching

00:40:29--> 00:40:31

everyone how

00:40:32--> 00:40:32

to

00:40:33--> 00:40:34

eat,

00:40:40--> 00:40:44

how they progressed, and this issue

00:40:45--> 00:40:45

in how

00:40:47--> 00:40:50

the sexual content and if you go online

00:40:51--> 00:40:53

1000s of websites

00:40:55--> 00:40:58

to pay $5 for

00:41:01--> 00:41:02

curriculum

00:41:04--> 00:41:05

lessons

00:41:11--> 00:41:16

and then start taking control of my kids education

00:41:19--> 00:41:20

from the beginning of the story

00:41:25--> 00:41:29

at least even if you just spent an hour or two hours a week sitting with a boy

00:41:31--> 00:41:35

I'm talking about how to improve it how to progress

00:41:39--> 00:41:43

across areas number one is

00:41:47--> 00:41:50

your child improved improves massively.

00:41:55--> 00:41:56

And this is where

00:41:57--> 00:41:58

I think

00:41:59--> 00:42:00

you will see your

00:42:03--> 00:42:04

results

00:42:06--> 00:42:10

instead of just reading a tree to bring somebody up, bring somebody

00:42:12--> 00:42:12

with

00:42:13--> 00:42:13

you.

00:42:15--> 00:42:15

And you see

00:42:20--> 00:42:21

from the teacher

00:42:23--> 00:42:24

the teacher

00:42:27--> 00:42:30

without relationship the parent child relationship

00:42:32--> 00:42:33

so you teach your children

00:42:34--> 00:42:35

even

00:42:36--> 00:42:38

education you don't know what

00:42:42--> 00:42:44

the content which is obvious

00:42:55--> 00:42:58

from the school, which takes less

00:43:01--> 00:43:02

time high quality

00:43:03--> 00:43:05

academic education

00:43:08--> 00:43:10

because I teach my child myself

00:43:14--> 00:43:15

so now

00:43:19--> 00:43:21

in an English,

00:43:24--> 00:43:25

English,

00:43:28--> 00:43:29

English

00:43:32--> 00:43:34

or I've got people involved or

00:43:36--> 00:43:46

you could pull together resources. You don't couple of parents together. What have you seen in Allegheny pull your resources together to help each other work together?

00:43:48--> 00:43:53

I just love to challenge the things that are wrong with the educational

00:43:55--> 00:43:55

system.

00:43:56--> 00:43:57

There's no one

00:43:58--> 00:43:58

answer.

00:44:02--> 00:44:04

But the answer is simply

00:44:05--> 00:44:09

take control. And then from there, so have

00:44:13--> 00:44:16

a great day grades, the certificates. We really love this.

00:44:19--> 00:44:23

I was just asked to do a simpler example while while all of our students

00:44:26--> 00:44:29

just to get to attend a meeting with entrepreneurs.

00:44:37--> 00:44:41

Look at the state of education. University College dropouts

00:44:42--> 00:44:46

didn't complete their college work. Don't have a piece of paper to support.

00:44:48--> 00:44:49

You can't even get a job

00:44:51--> 00:44:52

except that you can do

00:44:54--> 00:44:54

excellent work

00:44:58--> 00:44:59

is the only thing

00:45:03--> 00:45:04

While you're still

00:45:05--> 00:45:07

developing my childhood

00:45:08--> 00:45:09

education,

00:45:14--> 00:45:16

stop thinking outside the box

00:45:20--> 00:45:22

about the way that

00:45:28--> 00:45:34

I'm just giving you an example of how this concept is you have to have x to get y

00:45:40--> 00:45:42

for the children is the

00:45:45--> 00:45:45

thing.

00:45:49--> 00:45:50

That

00:45:53--> 00:45:55

is the most ridiculous statement.

00:45:58--> 00:46:00

This very nice article by a

00:46:02--> 00:46:03

guy,

00:46:04--> 00:46:10

he just shows a picture of a college kids drinking,

00:46:13--> 00:46:14

then

00:46:21--> 00:46:22

really

00:46:30--> 00:46:31

5000 guests

00:46:37--> 00:46:38

and they will not be

00:46:40--> 00:46:41

able to see

00:46:43--> 00:46:47

everything. This is just how you're

00:46:48--> 00:46:49

respectful

00:46:56--> 00:46:57

environment.

00:46:59--> 00:47:02

issue the context. And now

00:47:04--> 00:47:08

I just want to emphasize the need to succeed see a chance

00:47:11--> 00:47:12

to challenge

00:47:14--> 00:47:18

the status quo. You have to be willing to see what

00:47:22--> 00:47:22

everyone else

00:47:25--> 00:47:30

says, as everybody else, you have to be willing to see, what if?

00:47:32--> 00:47:33

What if I do my child?

00:47:35--> 00:47:39

What if I told my child English? What if I did

00:47:41--> 00:47:42

my children?

00:47:48--> 00:47:48

not see

00:47:51--> 00:47:51

anything

00:47:53--> 00:47:54

like everybody else?

00:47:55--> 00:47:59

And so thinking outside the box? What if?

00:48:00--> 00:48:03

What if I didn't call everybody else?

00:48:04--> 00:48:09

And then you surprise the answer to my client, you might suck like sitting

00:48:11--> 00:48:13

at Walmart.

00:48:16--> 00:48:18

But you have to be willing to ask yourself

00:48:19--> 00:48:22

questions that other people don't ask

00:48:27--> 00:48:31

you know why I'm doing this, you know, your child needs to do this.

00:48:33--> 00:48:37

You need to think outside the box, you need to challenge the stereotypes,

00:48:39--> 00:48:42

think about differently, and only then will be

00:48:44--> 00:48:46

able to solve this problem.

00:48:49--> 00:48:50

So, we thought we should

00:48:51--> 00:48:54

now have a short environment.

00:48:55--> 00:48:56

Now some people might write

00:48:59--> 00:49:02

environments is something

00:49:05--> 00:49:06

that hasn't been affected by

00:49:09--> 00:49:09

nobody

00:49:12--> 00:49:12

even noticed.

00:49:16--> 00:49:25

But still they have siblings, they have cousins that have made they have you know, still you still got to understand the environment.

00:49:32--> 00:49:35

Number one, give them a cookie

00:49:37--> 00:49:39

give them the best possible opportunity.

00:49:41--> 00:49:43

You also feel the input the

00:49:44--> 00:49:47

possible environment. And

00:49:49--> 00:49:51

when you say why.

00:49:55--> 00:49:56

Why is it

00:49:59--> 00:49:59

so

00:50:05--> 00:50:06

The best of the

00:50:10--> 00:50:10

options

00:50:13--> 00:50:14

is not an option.

00:50:18--> 00:50:21

But you still have a choice of what environmental protection

00:50:24--> 00:50:25

you have a choice of

00:50:27--> 00:50:27

use

00:50:29--> 00:50:29

that

00:50:30--> 00:50:34

kind of environment for kids to take for granted.

00:50:41--> 00:50:42

environment, manage

00:50:51--> 00:50:52

environment,

00:50:56--> 00:50:57

the best Islamic schools

00:51:01--> 00:51:02

around

00:51:13--> 00:51:14

the world want

00:51:15--> 00:51:18

anyone has to make to people who don't want

00:51:19--> 00:51:19

to

00:51:23--> 00:51:24

give the best.

00:51:27--> 00:51:30

Number two, we mentioned this too,

00:51:32--> 00:51:33

jitsu, because

00:51:35--> 00:51:38

they're not doing something harmful because they

00:51:42--> 00:51:43

don't want

00:51:44--> 00:51:45

our children

00:51:49--> 00:51:52

to be very good with technology.

00:51:53--> 00:51:57

Like I'm up to date in college, but still

00:52:05--> 00:52:11

communication before sending messages, but like, it's just like foreign key.

00:52:12--> 00:52:18

So you have to know all you have to be aware of how you communicate,

00:52:23--> 00:52:24

cooperation,

00:52:29--> 00:52:30

a way

00:52:31--> 00:52:34

to shop, but at the same time,

00:52:36--> 00:52:37

you don't use

00:52:41--> 00:52:42

history from time to time.

00:52:51--> 00:52:51

To

00:52:58--> 00:52:59

be honest,

00:53:03--> 00:53:04

I'm just telling you

00:53:06--> 00:53:07

have the computer

00:53:08--> 00:53:09

in the living room

00:53:21--> 00:53:21

has

00:53:22--> 00:53:24

access to a tablet,

00:53:25--> 00:53:27

or a tablet, even places where

00:53:28--> 00:53:29

they can do

00:53:32--> 00:53:33

so you don't need it.

00:53:35--> 00:53:35

Though

00:53:37--> 00:53:41

the past perhaps things have gone on

00:53:44--> 00:53:46

to communicate with each other.

00:53:47--> 00:53:48

Again,

00:53:56--> 00:53:57

more

00:54:07--> 00:54:08

women speak

00:54:12--> 00:54:13

English.

00:54:15--> 00:54:18

So again, don't be shy about the Empire

00:54:21--> 00:54:23

and then find a suitable

00:54:25--> 00:54:26

environment.

00:54:27--> 00:54:32

control the environment, that you do have some authority.

00:54:33--> 00:54:36

So you might not have the authority to your child,

00:54:40--> 00:54:40

your child.

00:54:42--> 00:54:44

So if you can't change it,

00:54:46--> 00:54:48

you can definitely influence that

00:54:51--> 00:54:54

when you start to see the risk and have an effect

00:55:00--> 00:55:03

Saving Time for my children

00:55:06--> 00:55:06

let them

00:55:18--> 00:55:18

influence

00:55:21--> 00:55:22

the next

00:55:24--> 00:55:27

environment to choose

00:55:28--> 00:55:29

the experience

00:55:34--> 00:55:37

you wish to experience at school

00:55:39--> 00:55:42

you get into a situation which is not very good.

00:55:56--> 00:56:00

We will look at how this is kind of stuck in school

00:56:03--> 00:56:04

because

00:56:05--> 00:56:10

you never know what the problem is someone situations

00:56:12--> 00:56:14

encouraged us

00:56:15--> 00:56:18

and teachers alike

00:56:20--> 00:56:20

was

00:56:22--> 00:56:26

too many parents bring their children to

00:56:30--> 00:56:32

reading, don't even know.

00:56:40--> 00:56:44

But that's teaching you and not teaching.

00:56:46--> 00:56:49

So it's extremely important that you try

00:56:51--> 00:56:51

with

00:56:52--> 00:56:53

teaching is not

00:56:58--> 00:57:00

an easy thing to do.

00:57:11--> 00:57:11

My question

00:57:13--> 00:57:13

is

00:57:15--> 00:57:19

the role model, or the example you set

00:57:22--> 00:57:23

the example you set

00:57:27--> 00:57:28

today see

00:57:33--> 00:57:34

if you're teaching

00:57:42--> 00:57:44

people instead of

00:57:48--> 00:57:49

an

00:57:51--> 00:57:53

environment is that

00:57:56--> 00:57:57

relationship

00:57:59--> 00:58:00

in contact

00:58:05--> 00:58:07

your local or

00:58:09--> 00:58:10

Islamic

00:58:19--> 00:58:21

Do you about

00:58:25--> 00:58:26

someone else

00:58:31--> 00:58:32

to

00:58:33--> 00:58:34

just go and see,

00:58:35--> 00:58:36

for example.

00:58:38--> 00:58:39

So okay.

00:58:45--> 00:58:49

So you give them options if I do a phone call right here does not make sense.

00:58:54--> 00:58:58

And I think you see this issue of education.

00:58:59--> 00:59:01

Maybe the best

00:59:05--> 00:59:22

way that our students are very religious, it's not really that often given the opposite of yours to our children. It's not really because our students are free that we can't control their friends. This is also

00:59:24--> 00:59:24

not

00:59:27--> 00:59:27

something

00:59:29--> 00:59:31

that suggestion, I can't do this.

00:59:37--> 00:59:38

I just want

00:59:43--> 00:59:48

to see if you see the glass is half full instead of half empty.

00:59:51--> 00:59:59

To improve the situation. There's lots of very simple changes you can make which will instantly improve

01:00:00--> 01:00:03

also seek this situation of wondering,

01:00:05--> 01:00:06

when do you stop five,

01:00:11--> 01:00:17

become pregnant after time to start from where how we can educate our children?

01:00:19--> 01:00:22

How are we gonna mitigate some of these negative

01:00:24--> 01:00:25

issues that exist.

01:00:30--> 01:00:31

I'm a big fan of

01:00:37--> 01:00:37

yours.

01:00:39--> 01:00:48

But no one can take control of their children. And if you want to ask them, to the challenge for

01:00:51--> 01:00:59

everybody to be more of an active parent instead of someone who's involved in what their kids are doing every day,

01:01:01--> 01:01:05

someone knows what they're watching what they're listening to, or wanting

01:01:09--> 01:01:10

to control their principal.

01:01:12--> 01:01:20

And through this process, when you're striving for the same robot, the licensure helps opens the door, to be able to do things.

01:01:24--> 01:01:28

So this is a topic, which I think is extremely important.

01:01:31--> 01:01:32

I think it's important

01:01:36--> 01:01:37

because

01:01:38--> 01:01:39

more or less.

01:01:45--> 01:01:48

And it's a problem in almost every country in the world.

01:01:51--> 01:02:07

So we have to start with unique solutions. We can't wait until the perfect Islamic school next door, find us with amazing teachers and amazing children, when no one has anything except

01:02:09--> 01:02:18

this utopia is not going to happen. So you can't keep waiting for it. Maybe next year, maybe next year, make the best

01:02:19--> 01:02:20

plan for

01:02:22--> 01:02:27

you listen to your children, spend time to learn from the teacher

01:02:30--> 01:02:32

and ultimately, take control.

01:02:33--> 01:02:40

So to be able to influence your child's education in the way other people

01:02:42--> 01:02:47

like your their likes and dislikes, and drivers, just like your influence to

01:02:49--> 01:02:52

education. And like I said, I believe

01:02:53--> 01:02:56

you will drive your children to excel again.

01:02:57--> 01:02:58

And I have two of them.

01:03:00--> 01:03:08

One is it. What is experience, experience tells us that when you are more involved in a child's education,

01:03:11--> 01:03:14

the child has academic freedom celebrates

01:03:18--> 01:03:18

what

01:03:20--> 01:03:20

when you

01:03:24--> 01:03:25

want to teach

01:03:27--> 01:03:28

a local teacher how

01:03:29--> 01:03:29

to

01:03:32--> 01:03:33

do that

01:03:37--> 01:03:40

to your children. So as long as you teach them what

01:03:44--> 01:03:45

to do everything

01:03:49--> 01:03:51

as well as being an investment for you. In

01:03:53--> 01:04:02

other words, the highest child continues to teach to you even after you pass. So this is

01:04:03--> 01:04:04

a big topic.

01:04:06--> 01:04:16

I think it's something that has to do. And I hope it's something that will inspire people to go on for themselves of themselves and find their own ways.

01:04:18--> 01:04:19

I mean, the last step

01:04:21--> 01:04:21

here is

01:04:26--> 01:04:28

I'm constantly changing and constantly changing.

01:04:29--> 01:04:34

The things I teach wherever I go, anything is happening. So these are not the timing

01:04:35--> 01:04:38

methods, whether they need to

01:04:40--> 01:04:43

edit or whether it should things always change.

01:04:51--> 01:04:53

One of the benefits

01:04:56--> 01:04:59

and I hope this lecture has answered some questions

01:05:00--> 01:05:08

For those of you asking me about how we get started in homeschooling, I hope that that also answers some of those questions as well.

01:05:17--> 01:05:19

You want to take a few questions from the viewers.

01:05:23--> 01:05:24

Usually

01:05:25--> 01:05:29

just talking to people might have some interesting

01:05:33--> 01:05:34

issues.

01:05:45--> 01:05:45

just

01:05:47--> 01:05:47

random.

01:05:50--> 01:05:51

Your child was the pilot.

01:06:11--> 01:06:18

If you want to chat with your child's pilot pilots, it's not possible to do that except with

01:06:19--> 01:06:19

learning.

01:06:21--> 01:06:26

Like, for example, if you want to be a doctor, if you want to be a doctor in a short amount of time,

01:06:30--> 01:06:31

there are two answers the

01:06:33--> 01:06:34

first

01:06:35--> 01:06:36

question

01:06:38--> 01:06:39

is why

01:06:46--> 01:06:46

question.

01:06:54--> 01:06:56

Child lost, even to juggle,

01:06:58--> 01:07:01

do we really want to encourage this is the best job

01:07:04--> 01:07:07

because sometimes people literally go back to work.

01:07:08--> 01:07:15

So ask the question. The second thing is, do you really need to go through the process?

01:07:18--> 01:07:18

Now again,

01:07:20--> 01:07:21

not always.

01:07:26--> 01:07:27

As long as

01:07:28--> 01:07:32

there are other ways to do research on how other people

01:07:34--> 01:07:34

are

01:07:36--> 01:07:37

involved, the same thing is

01:07:40--> 01:07:41

number three,

01:07:44--> 01:07:48

whether please minimize the problems which

01:07:49--> 01:08:01

so for example, I went against my university, what they want to do, but I don't need to send them to school right now. Because the way the British system that

01:08:06--> 01:08:07

is no different.

01:08:09--> 01:08:09

So

01:08:10--> 01:08:12

what's the most important case?

01:08:23--> 01:08:25

But if you look at the psychology of

01:08:27--> 01:08:30

child psychology, you're worried about the child's age

01:08:31--> 01:08:33

by 18, because

01:08:34--> 01:08:35

I need to finish

01:08:38--> 01:08:41

a responsible for souls. So

01:08:42--> 01:08:42

why?

01:08:44--> 01:08:49

Because it's very rare to get people telling me I have to do this to do that.

01:08:51--> 01:08:54

Traditionally, people say, for example, to this

01:08:56--> 01:08:56

question,

01:08:58--> 01:08:58

all

01:09:00--> 01:09:01

the best out of it.

01:09:03--> 01:09:04

How do we choose to

01:09:05--> 01:09:16

improve? For example, could they go to the university for a distance where they have to be there with the people and

01:09:18--> 01:09:19

for example, all

01:09:22--> 01:09:24

the pilots in

01:09:26--> 01:09:27

America for example,

01:09:31--> 01:09:32

place to

01:09:33--> 01:09:46

start questions are asking instead of just taking on board and you start looking at how I can get the best out of that situation and learn about the skills of being a pilot for example.

01:09:48--> 01:09:53

Okay, climate is something very specific, but it's based on

01:09:54--> 01:09:55

it's based on

01:09:57--> 01:09:58

policy.

01:10:00--> 01:10:05

After the various branches of economy, geometry and all these other

01:10:07--> 01:10:07

problems,

01:10:08--> 01:10:10

the pressure and all these other things that

01:10:13--> 01:10:13

goes on

01:10:16--> 01:10:17

in the scene

01:10:31--> 01:10:33

so, maybe the final step

01:10:34--> 01:10:35

you will need schools

01:10:37--> 01:10:45

these institutions and universities, but ultimately it's up to you to sort of decide how to make

01:10:46--> 01:10:48

and to ask as many questions as possible

01:10:49--> 01:11:07

and to try to get the best out of the situation possible. And I want to see why First off, and the reason why I asked the question when why they want to do that is because I believe that the best way to mold your child's career is to start with

01:11:13--> 01:11:14

child universal

01:11:15--> 01:11:16

child

01:11:20--> 01:11:21

because children

01:11:24--> 01:11:25

should be an accountant

01:11:27--> 01:11:28

until they become an accountant

01:11:39--> 01:11:40

rules

01:11:43--> 01:11:44

of

01:11:49--> 01:11:51

insurance terms of career advice

01:11:56--> 01:11:58

that involves loss of

01:11:59--> 01:12:00

prestige

01:12:07--> 01:12:08

which evil father is

01:12:12--> 01:12:13

giving an example of something

01:12:15--> 01:12:18

you can apply to anything so when he says

01:12:27--> 01:12:32

lot of us often have to compromise in other parts of

01:12:34--> 01:12:35

our

01:12:36--> 01:12:36

company

01:12:50--> 01:12:52

because it's got prestige because you

01:12:57--> 01:12:58

know,

01:13:04--> 01:13:08

sometimes the answer is surprise. Sometimes you saw

01:13:09--> 01:13:12

how I don't know what to charge for this.

01:13:15--> 01:13:17

Because this has the best chance

01:13:19--> 01:13:20

income

01:13:23--> 01:13:26

in a way that is suitable for that person.

01:13:33--> 01:13:34

And you will

01:13:36--> 01:13:37

be surprised at the results.

01:13:40--> 01:13:40

Steal

01:13:45--> 01:13:46

signs

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every few

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minutes from the Chocolate Factory that he sent to get

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the recipe

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we'll think about what it is that

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intelligence process

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are quite interesting for boys going out for meals for example, and especially when you build stuff getting eight, nine years old.

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The walls fully insulated, it gets really loose.

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I think God's voice of goodness.

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I think it's a misconception that other boys,

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boys.

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Men and women out there we do

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qualities.

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Natural

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and those qualities are needed The child takes differently

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So when I talked about

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the system as well as the root cause of

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my case, it's a collaborative effort.

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Between me and my wife, for the boys

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because the girls,

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the girls

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finish with

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our

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boys

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think no one voice, voice and

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a voice to be successful in our voice.

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Education.

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And yes,

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getting the mother involved of sending letters to the toxic mother

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so much

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in the way that she starts to believe that she did it the way that she

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normally resemble

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her guests

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from the outside,

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actually

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actually

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walking around, it's pretty good to

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say

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that's the end.

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How can you advise against

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the

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very, very common tools?

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A lot of

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people have

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because it's accepted,

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accepted in British culture in the US and Canada.

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It's not

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accepted.

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Whereas people

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do you have a passport from a country that doesn't recognize this week? So we feel that it can be about this.

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I think this is to us.

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First of all,

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the first one

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has

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come to believe that

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icon, icon three icons, we

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have to believe that it's not

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us.

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We believe in our success of all those people.

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When we

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try our best even

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mainly because our kids our school costs because like you said,

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we have to try our best. That's the first thing

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we try to

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do.

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Because

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there

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are some people who did this before everybody else

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But they were the people who set out this thing, we're gonna come up with an

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example of not taking things for granted by Charles

01:20:14--> 01:20:14

University,

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unless you have other ideas and options, and let's look at what other people are experiencing.

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And the third thing is just because

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I'm not seeing each other.

01:20:34--> 01:20:37

I believe that insurance is a penalty

01:20:39--> 01:20:40

they come up to,

01:20:41--> 01:20:46

so for these people to receive me the best portion.

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And until

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until I sort

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out the problem, and that sort of answers.

01:21:03--> 01:21:08

But it's a sauce that either allow me to

01:21:11--> 01:21:17

recall opportunities, and don't just resign yourself to whatever else

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should be shut up.

01:21:32--> 01:21:36

Focus economy percent, to 20%

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to 10%. The

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rest of us. And I really believe that if people don't care about education, even if we separate the worst school in the world, it would still be better if we weren't able to see your file awareness. And we would just give you the

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opportunity to sometimes intertwine. And that's why I'm one of those people who couldn't use it anymore.

01:22:05--> 01:22:08

But I just believe that everybody has to

01:22:09--> 01:22:12

take control to do their best to

01:22:13--> 01:22:21

get the most out of the circumstances, they're in their minds to opportunities that might present themselves one way or

01:22:25--> 01:22:25

the other.

01:22:28--> 01:22:34

Can you recommend some of the institute's or websites you have experienced as for your students?

01:22:36--> 01:22:37

these certificates will be

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amazing media, just to be honest.

01:22:47--> 01:22:48

But these websites,

01:22:49--> 01:22:50

they should provide your

01:22:56--> 01:22:56

ingredients.

01:22:58--> 01:23:01

The country that was in,

01:23:02--> 01:23:03

in the UK,

01:23:04--> 01:23:05

external

01:23:07--> 01:23:08

exam in your

01:23:09--> 01:23:10

life.

01:23:19--> 01:23:21

In many cases, the

01:23:26--> 01:23:28

higher the higher quality.

01:23:29--> 01:23:33

But in the UK, the US economy is no good.

01:23:34--> 01:23:37

So you teach your child how to sell and then you send them to their school for

01:23:40--> 01:23:42

now, I'm going to explain how this works.

01:23:44--> 01:23:45

Because that's like,

01:23:46--> 01:24:03

when I don't even know how groups work is not possible, something that you might accept foreign students as an external factors. So for example, check it out. Is it possible for me to send my child a British passport to school in the US to

01:24:08--> 01:24:11

Sweden, France was your visa.

01:24:13--> 01:24:24

These websites they provide the curriculum, they provide worksheets that provide lessons and teach you how to teach your children to the goals. They will examine your children

01:24:25--> 01:24:30

certificates will be the cause of

01:24:31--> 01:24:33

the problem of the country you live in a

01:24:34--> 01:24:35

country

01:24:36--> 01:24:39

which accepts foreign students as

01:24:46--> 01:24:53

it's appropriate to start homeschooling and go on until age or a certain grade and then pretend

01:24:55--> 01:24:59

it's not the person is not from the acceptability of school all the time.

01:25:02--> 01:25:05

Is it appropriate to experiment with something

01:25:06--> 01:25:24

very, very different set of books, it is appropriate to homeschool my child and then later on, put them into into a regular school, for me got options. And if you couldn't do this,

01:25:29--> 01:25:30

I hope

01:25:32--> 01:25:33

I didn't give you examples.

01:25:37--> 01:25:43

To change the system, I don't want that. That's not practical in the world especially.

01:25:45--> 01:25:54

It's just not practical. So they leave my country, the last Asian except my child for me just for 12 years.

01:25:55--> 01:26:00

So I'm your host to my challenge to them, and then put them into a trust that has a

01:26:02--> 01:26:05

very good environment to work very hard and very good

01:26:06--> 01:26:07

at every option, so

01:26:09--> 01:26:13

for me what I've learned from this and helping parents with this,

01:26:16--> 01:26:16

what

01:26:21--> 01:26:24

your property is worth to the

01:26:28--> 01:26:38

child, for your country for your certificate that you want for that, and that's something that you have, but then again,

01:26:40--> 01:26:45

from beginning to end, which automatically for me

01:26:49--> 01:26:52

are taking off, taking them off.

01:26:54--> 01:26:56

And then putting them back in all of these options

01:26:58--> 01:26:59

are no positive

01:27:02--> 01:27:03

to your child.

01:27:06--> 01:27:06

Okay.

01:27:31--> 01:27:32

My name is

01:27:36--> 01:27:36

Josiah

01:27:40--> 01:27:41

Aaron's

01:27:44--> 01:27:44

of

01:27:47--> 01:28:03

you will find our children 2222 years old, they need to get married, and they're telling me to get married. But you're not you're not tuned into the signal until the end of something which is power.

01:28:06--> 01:28:06

So it's important.

01:28:09--> 01:28:12

What are the experiencing? What? What are they doing?

01:28:14--> 01:28:20

You don't even need to contract your child to school tomorrow. Maybe they're 1617.

01:28:22--> 01:28:23

But at least

01:28:25--> 01:28:26

you're getting by right?

01:28:27--> 01:28:27

Now,

01:28:28--> 01:28:29

why don't we do this?

01:28:31--> 01:28:34

On this course on your college in your first year, second year.

01:28:37--> 01:28:38

And certainly our

01:28:41--> 01:28:43

target 17 we're not

01:28:44--> 01:28:45

going to be attached

01:28:49--> 01:28:51

to a strong connection.

01:28:52--> 01:29:02

But the difficulty says no. When you finish your PhD and you know you get your job then you can get back to your house to get back to

01:29:06--> 01:29:08

the parents working with the children.