Many people are perplexed by the question of how “I” was born. Today, Mr. Dong Hongyou gave us a lecture on this subject.
Master Dong Hongyou said, “Before I was six years old, I lived in a mountainous valley in Hubei.I started raising cattle when I was three years old. After picking up colored eggs from the floor, I brought them home and put them on the bed. Who knows, a few days later snakes crawled out of my duvet. Once the county held an essay contest and I went to participate. I wrote all about things in the village and came back with the first prize.”
When Mr. Dong talked about it, he told us that when he received this award, he took the first step in life.
The more experience you have, the more you can broaden your horizons, increase your experience and improve yourself.
Dong was six years old, he went to school in a big city. He said he looked out of place after coming here, a “country girl” who everyone laughed at. Once in winter, when there was no quilt in the house, her mother put on her sister’s quilted quilt. When he arrived at school, his classmates who were building a snowman laughed when they saw the ratty cotton jacket patched on him and hit him with snowballs. At that time, he decided to surpass them in terms of learning! In the face of irony from his friends and bullying from classmates, Mr. Dong cultivated his strong spirit.
At the age of ten, to buy “How Steel Hardens”, he went to pull wagons to make money for others. Under the scorching sun, the rough hemp rope frayed his shoulders and tender hands, and the wounds were soaked in sweat and painful – he became the youngest pursuer.
sweaty Mr.Dong has developed a persistent character.
Who knows how many hardships Mr. Dong has endured from mountaineer to writer today?
I have lived in the city since I was a child, certainly it is impossible to live these experiences in the mountains, but what everyone experiences is different.
From childhood to adulthood, I did not encounter any difficulties, but my parents allowed me to sell things and do housework by myself, and I also learned things marvelous from a distance thanks to books.It’s also a way to grow.
No matter who it is, there is only one way to become self-refinement of “I” is a process that can only be completed through unique training and your own hard work.