Are you in trouble? Let me help you!-Woodmam
Happy people often say, "I'll help you." Troubled people love to say, "You help me."
An elementary school student once asked me seriously, "How can a person be happy?" I said, "Help people who are in trouble." "Why?" He asked. I said, "Helping people is fun!" He laughed and said, "That's just a word." I said, "No, that's the truth. Helping others is indeed a joy."
"Helping people is easy to say, but to appreciate the word "joy" is not easy, this mentality should be cultivated from a young age, it is difficult to grow up and teach.
"You get what you sow, and you get what you sow." In this land of the child's mind, from childhood to plant the seeds of "helping people", when they grow up, they will care about the plight of the people, more for the people to do good things, to experience the joy of a perfect life; if planted "selfish" seeds, children will only grow up If the seed of "selfishness" is planted, children will only care about the smallest things under the tip of their nose, so how can they make a difference and be happy?
The four words "helping others" contain the most wonderful meaning of truth, sincerity and beauty in the world. Why is "helping others" happy? Because you can discover the value of your own existence in the process of helping others. As you help and pay, the other person's difficulties can be solved, so that the inconvenience of others into convenience. This shows your value, so you naturally have a successful experience, feel that you are still a bit useful! As Goethe said, "If you want to love your value, you have to create value for people."
Children love to help people and do good deeds, which is due to the good nature of human beings and should be promoted. Yet I have found that the selfishness and utilitarianism displayed by adults, due to their misunderstanding of life, is highly likely to have a negative impact on growing children.
"Are you in trouble? Let me help you!" Although it is a simple sentence, it shows a care and a love for people, shows the noble sentiments of modern people, and sows the seeds of sympathy, kindness and enthusiasm in the young minds of children.
"Are you in trouble? Let me help you!" Although this help is insignificant, it shows what the children are capable of. They feel proud and happy that they have the ability to achieve what they once thought was difficult to accomplish, and that they have the ability to participate in moral building.
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