This post is completely different from all previous ones. But it offers something of great value. This is a link to one of the five minute “courses” from a website called PragerUniversity.com, an excellent collection of short talks on a variety of scientific, history, political, moral and other subjects. (Disclaimer: the general tenor of the site is gently conservative). This particular short talk is one of several contributing to child upbringing. Recently retitled “What Did Your Parents Most Want You To Be,” it provides a different lesson than the title suggests, and if parents can integrate this principle into their approach to raising and teaching their children, they are likely to be very happy with the results. The speaker is Rabbi Joseph Telushkin. I would encourage viewers to look into other “courses” here.