Just the right amount is happiness-woodmam

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The supervising professor is an extremely famous musician. On the first day of teaching, he gave his new student a copy of the score. "Try it!" He said. The score was quite difficult, and the student played it stiffly and with many mistakes. "It's immature, go back and practice!" So the professor told the student at the end of the lesson.

  The student practiced for a week and was ready for the professor's acceptance in the second week of class when he was given a more difficult score, "Try it!" The professor didn't mention the previous week's lesson either. Again, the student struggled with the challenge of more difficult technique.

  Week 3. The more difficult score came up again. The two scenarios continued, with students getting stuck with a new score each time they were in class, then taking it back to practice, then coming back to class and being faced with a score twice as difficult again, but not being able to catch up, not feeling at all comfortable with the previous week's practice, and feeling increasingly restless, frustrated, and discouraged. The professor came into the practice room. The student could not hold back any longer. He had to question the piano master as to why he had been torturing himself for the past three months.

  Without opening his mouth, the professor drew out the earliest copy of the score and handed it to the student. "Play it!" He looked at the student with a firm gaze.

  The unthinkable happened, and even the student himself was amazed that he could play the piece so beautifully and so masterfully! The professor asked the student to try the score for a second lesson, and the student still presented a superb performance ...... At the end of the performance, the student looked at the teacher in a daze, unable to speak.

  "If, I had let you perform the best part, maybe you were still practicing the earliest part of the score, you wouldn't have gotten to where you are now ......" said the piano master slowly.

  Gnosis: People, often, are used to performing in areas that they are familiar with and good at. But if we are willing to look back and examine it carefully, it will dawn on us: the seemingly intense challenges of work, the never-ending difficulty of rising environmental pressure, not also unknowingly developed today's abilities? Because, indeed, people have unlimited potential!

  Happiness is when it is just right

  To be satisfied when you need it is a kind of happiness!

  There was a man who was kind and helpful in life, so after his death, he ascended to heaven and became an angel. After he became an angel, he still went to the mortal world to help people from time to time, hoping to feel the taste of happiness.

  One day, he met a farmer who looked so distressed that he told the angel, "My buffalo has just died, so how can I work in the field without its help?"

  So the angel gave him a strong buffalo, and the farmer was so happy that the angel felt the taste of happiness in him.

  Another day he met a man who was very depressed and he told the angel, "I have been cheated out of my money and have no Panchon to go back to my hometown."

  So the angel gave him silver to pay for his journey, and the man was so happy that the angel felt the taste of happiness in him.

  Another day, he met a poet, the poet is young, handsome, talented and rich, his wife is beautiful and gentle, but he is not happy.

  The angel asked him, "Are you unhappy? Can I help you?"

  The poet said to the angel, "I have everything but one thing, can you give it to me?"

  The angel replied, "Yes. I can give you anything you want."

  The poet looked straight at the angel and said, "What I want is happiness."

  The angel thought for a moment and said, "I see."

  Then he took away everything the poet had.

  The angel took away the poet's talent, destroyed his face, took away his property, and took away his wife's life.

  When the angel had done all these things, he left.

  A month later, the angel came back to the poet, who was half dead from hunger and was lying on the ground in rags, struggling.

  So the angel gave him back everything he had.

  Then, it departed again.

  Half a month later, the angel went to see the poet again.

  This time, the poet wrapped his arms around his wife and thanked the angel unceasingly.

  For he had been made happy.

  Have you ever felt lonely? Have you ever tasted happiness? Solitude and radiance are adjectives, and all adjectives are comparative. If you have never tasted loneliness, how can you know what a bright life is? Is loneliness not a necessary part of life? It's strange that people don't know how to cherish until they lose. In fact, fortune is already in front of you. When you are hungry, there is a bowl of hot ramen in front of you, happiness. When you're half-exhausted, you're happy to jump on a soft bed. When you're crying your heart out, a tissue is gently handed to you, and you're happy.

  There is no absolute definition of happiness, but usually some small things can often shake your heart, happiness or not, only depends on how your heart sees.

  No need to learn by heart

  People solve the world's problems by the brain's thinking and wisdom, not by copying books.

  Find out what can draw you deeper into the books you read, and leave everything else behind, that is, everything that overloads the mind and tempts you away from the main points.

  Einstein became famous for his creation of the theory of relativity and became the greatest scientific master of the twentieth century.

  In the spring of 1921, Einstein went to the United States to organize a fund-raising campaign to raise money for a university for Jewish youth. Many Americans wanted to know how much Einstein had read and how much he knew, so they asked many questions: "Do you remember the speed of sound?" "How do you remember to remember many things?", "How do you remember to remember many things?" , "Do you write everything down in a notebook and carry it with you?" ......

  Einstein smiled: "I never carry a notebook with everything in it. I always keep my mind relaxed so that I can concentrate on the problem I am working on. As for your question about the speed of sound, it would be difficult for me to answer exactly, and I would need to look it up in a physics dictionary, because I never pay much attention to what can be found in a dictionary ......"

  "So what do you keep in your head?" "I remember things that are not yet in books." Einstein added: "It is not necessary to go to university just to memorize what can be found in books, such as events, names of people, formulas, and so on. I think that higher education must pay sufficient attention to the development of students will think and explore the problem of the skills. People solve the world's problems by the brain's thinking and wisdom, not by copying from books."

  The story of Joule

  When learning knowledge, one should not only consider one's interest, but also fully consider the possible impact of each knowledge on one's future.

  Mathematics is the foundation of all natural sciences, and with this foundation laid, the edifice of knowledge will be solid. When learning knowledge, one should not only consider one's interest, but also give full consideration to the possible impact of each knowledge on one's future.

  One morning in the early 19th century, the owner of an English brewery brought his two sons to the home of the famous scientist Dalton and begged Dalton to teach the two children about science. The younger, witty and lively child was named James Joule.

  Dalton was a strict teacher. At first, he did not teach the children the principles of physics and chemistry, but rather a lot of advanced mathematics.

  "What's the use of talking about all this boring math? How nice it would be to talk about those interesting experiments in electricity!" Joule got a little impatient.

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