Lily is an excellent student. She is always praised by others. Every parent wants to know how her mother educates her.
Her mother tells us that she never sets any goals for her, but she always inspires lily to do what she wants to do. Even if she makes mistakes, the key to cultivating interest is the most important factor leading to success.
One day, when I was a sopre in high school, I saw a kid in my cl coming home from school. His name was Carrie Li. It seemed that he had all the books with him.
I thought, "why does anyone take all the books home on Friday? He must be a nerd." I planned a long weekend to go to a football match with my friends in the afternoon, so I shrugged my shoulders and walked as I walked. I saw a group of children running towards him. They knocked over the books on his arm, tripped him to the ground, and his gles flew up.
I saw them fall on the gr ten feet away from him. He looked up, and I saw them fall on the gr ten feet away from him. Seeing this terrible sadness in his eyes, my heart ran to him.
As he crawled around looking for his gles, I saw a tear in his eyes, and I handed them to him and said, "those guys are such holes. They really deserve life. He looked at me and said, "Hey, thank you." there was a big smile on his face.
Is it worth it? When a World War I soldier saw his lifelong friend fall on the battlefield, he was trapped in the trench and the gunfire kept roaring over his head. The soldier asked his adjutant if he could go to the "no man's land" between the trenches and bring his fallen comrades back. "You can go," the Lieutenant said, "but I don't think it's worth it.
Your friend may have died, you may lose it Lose your life. " The Lieutenant's words didn't matter. The soldier miraculously walked over.
He managed to find his friend, took him to his shoulder and took him back to the trench of their company. They both fell into the bottom of the trench. The officer examined the wounded soldier and looked kindly at his friend.
"I told you it wasn't worth it," he said. "Your friend died "But it's worth it, sir," said the soldier, "what do you mean," worth it! " The lieutenant replied, "your friend is dead." "Yes, sir," the private replied, "but it's worth it, because when I found him, he was still alive, and I was content to hear him say, 'Jim, I know you'll come'", and whether a thing is worth doing depends on how you look at it. Take courage and do what you tell you in your heart so you don't regret not doing it later.