I often hear people say that the vision of parents determines the vision of children. Is this true? So how do parents of elite families affect their children, and that children sitting in the same classroom may have a different life? If it is true So how can we escape the circle of parents and go up? Almighty knowing, please give me the answer~
It determines the child’s current vision, but not the child’s future vision. Although my parents are college students, they only concentrate on their own research fields. They do scientific research in research institutes in third-tier small cities. Whenever they have time, they watch TV, read books, play mahjong, and play poker. I have no vision since I was a child. Apart from step-by-step learning, I have time to play football, watch cartoons, play Transformers, watch Ultraman, and play Cassidy Learning Machine. The understanding of the outside world is mainly based on CCTV 4 and reference news-at that time, there were old international wars and live broadcasts of the Iraq War. They had no knowledge of the cruelty of the war. They just liked aircraft, tanks, cannons and missiles. Reference news is often published in comics. When I was in elementary school, a parent, colleague, uncle, and his family moved to Shanghai and bought a house in order to get the Shanghai Lanyin account. I couldn’t understand at that time: What’s so good about Shanghai Hukou? It’s worth traveling so far away for the whole family. I still need a bank loan to buy a house for Hukou? When I was in junior high school, the father of a classmate was the leader of the joint logistics department, basically every year. Travel to various countries. I also can’t understand at all, why is it tossing about taking the train and the plane? How can it be fun to play game consoles? In high school, a classmate grandfather didn’t know the leader. He often told us what brand he was wearing. Unfortunately at that time, Nike and Adidas were the upper limit of my cognition, and I didn’t understand at all. What is he saying. I still think the so-called brand-name clothes and shoes are so ugly, running and playing football are not good, what is there to say? I basically never went out of the yard where I lived when I was a child, and I felt like I was in a different world when I went to the next area. The whole family did not know anything after traveling several times. I only knew how to play cards, read books and chat. You have to look at photos after you grow up where you have been and what you have seen. Later, I went to university in Beijing, exchanged in the United States, studied in France, worked in Shanghai, traveled to many countries, listened to high-level leaders to arrange work, and communicated with business executives. It was “opened up my horizons”, and finally I felt that my experience was different. Local customs and understanding the vast real world are more fun than playing games. However, the methods of solving problems, the perspective of looking at things, and the ability to analyze the essence of things are mainly derived from the learning and reading of orthodox knowledge. It has nothing to do with the so-called “vision”. The so-called “view” is just playing around. Instead, “doing the questions” gave me the opportunity to broaden my horizons. Only by relying on one’s own ability to step into the platform can truly provide a quality “vision”. Without sufficient knowledge and thinking ability, the so-called “opening up horizons” is nothing more than monkey watching the moon and grandma Liu entering the Grand View Garden, purely making fun of it, and there is no essential difference between playing football, games and soap operas. For elementary school students, the effect of listening to academician lectures is not much better than reading popular science books. Throwing a dry duck on the big stage and high platform of the Olympic swimming finals will still not know how to swim. Throwing Bolt in the preliminary round of a school sports meet will still break the record with a blockbuster. Later, I learned that the daughter of the uncle (about the same age as me) who went to Shanghai to buy a house and settled in the elementary school was admitted to a junior college and was engaged in an ordinary job without further expanding her horizons. Now I know some students, thanks to the Internet, they have opened up a lot of false “views”, they have begun to shout “involved” and “solidified”, have given up their efforts and are unwilling to see the real world.