If something is important to you, you find the time to make it happen.
If you wanted to lose weight or have a certain body image, you would commit to spending time every day exercising and preparing healthy food.
If you want to play an instrument well or get really good at a certain sport, you recognize that you need to spend time every day practicing.
A half an hour of training towards achieving something that we feel is an expression of our deepest desire doesn’t seem to be too much of a commitment.
As parents, one of our primary goals in life is our children.
We want them to grow up to follow in our ways, the ways of Torah and Chassidus. We want them to be refined, well adjusted individuals who are kind to those around them and don’t think twice before helping someone in need.
To accomplish this we must invest. At least a half an hour a day.
This half an hour can mean thinking about your child’s education, brainstorming with your spouse or a mentor, playing with your child, studying with your child, and the list goes on.
A daily investment of half an hour in your child’s education is guaranteed to produce tremendous results.
Give it a try, and let me know how it works out for you!