In Ancient China, my ancestors formulated a good way of teaching: They did not ask learners to jump to study, instead, they asked their students to prepare to learn. Preparation takes many years before learners are able to learn. Preparation includes learners straighten up their attitudes and build up humble attitudes. In other words, Preparation is to teach learners to be virtuous first. Then once the quality is established, then learners learn various kinds of knowledge based on their interests. Overall, nobody can teach learners who are not sincere in pursuing knowledge. If a horse does not want to drink water, then it is useless to force the horse to drink. A horse trainer will let the horse thirsty before lead it to bank of water. Education should do the same thing!