Jaden and Willow Smith are aware of the privileges and opportunities offered to them, which is not so much for others in their age group. Jada Pinkett-Smith and her husband Will Smith taught their children privileges from an early age.
“My children have two things that, in my opinion, really worked,” Jada told Sunday Sunday Film Festival participants (January 27). “As much as people put pressure on me because they worked early, I didn’t want them to grow, thinking that since they were abundant, they didn’t need to grind or work on their own,” the celebrity mom said.
“They saw that there is life beyond all flickering and lights,” continued Jada Pinkett-Smith. “It was very important for me that they understand that you guys are listening, it’s really a privilege, and you should learn to offer and offer yourself and serve the whole world. I think Will and I have always been guided by this.
Next, Jada told Sundance Film Festival visitors that her children learned that their hard work, not the work of their parents, would lead to success. “They will see very early, life is not a game, and all this is not yours here,” Jada said. “My dad and I worked on all this,” she continued. "I would tell them:" Your room? This is temporary! This is not your room, this is the room you use in our house. ”
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