Wonderful stories often come from inner feelings.
Don't be "wonderful" spoil yourself
In an article, the scholar Liu Qing talks about the ability to "endure boredom", which is particularly reasonable. When people grow up in a culture of entertainment, he says, the time they endure no punchlines, no excitement, no vivid ways of talking is very short. Their reading skills also decline, and the short, quick things on the phone undermine the development of deep reading skills. Our college model is set in a mid-20th century culture, where if you can apply yourself to a book and put up with seemingly boring but deep content, it will be very rewarding. But now the whole cultural environment has changed, and people's tolerance for "boring" is generally very low.
Bow to your dreams
one I was my friend's guest teacher for half a month in a summer guitar class. When roll call, unexpectedly have a prim middle-aged woman answer "ARRIVE". I was surprised, according to her age and dress, should appear in the district of Yangko team or park aerobics ranks. However, she is holding a guitar, sitting in a group of youth flying in the middle of teenagers.
In September the princess
In the beginning, the king of Siam had two daughters and called them Day and Night. Then he had two more daughters, so he changed the names of the two daughters together, naming them with the seasons, calling them spring, summer, autumn and winter. By the time the eighth daughter was born, his daughter's name became January, February, March... The youngest is called August. Then the king had another daughter, and of course it was September.
To give up smoking
It's been a while since I quit smoking: 272 days. I thought I'd get used to it by now, that the hunger and thirst had subsided, that I no longer felt restless and like a part of a limb had been amputated. It's not. The truth is, there's not a moment when I don't feel empty, when I don't feel as if I've been ripped out of my whole self. I'm just used to it now, that's all. Rather, I have accepted the painful reality.