"Self reliance" is what nature says to every man. Parents can help you, teachers can help you, others can help you, but all these people can only help yourself there are many great people in history who were r when they were children, had no uncles, aunts or friends to help them, schools were few and not very good, they could not rely on them to receive education, they saw the status quo of education So they began to use their own strength to learn something, until they became one of the most famous teachers in Britain. They once said to his students, "I can't make you a valuable person, but I can help you cultivate yourself into a man" some young people don't try their best to make themselves valuable to human beings, unless they see their own weaknesses and change their own Unless they accept the advice of their parents and teachers and rely on them, they will achieve nothing by their own efforts.
"Self reliance" is what nature says to every man. Parents can help you, teachers can help you, others can help you, but all these people just help yourself. There are many great people in history, many of them were r in childhood, no uncle, few aunts or friends helped them go to school, and they were not very good.
They could not rely on them for education One of the most famous teachers in England once said to his students, "I can't make you a valuable person, but I can help you make yourself a man" some young people don't try to make themselves valuable to others unless they see their weakness and change themselves Unless they accept the advice of their parents and teachers, they are now penniless. As long as they live, they are worthless and rely on their own efforts.
Learn to think independently. Every school has a "top" group setting the pace, while others follow their pace. For example, the top group thinks it's wise to wear bright red sweaters.
Soon everyone wears a bright red sweater, which is nothing wrong, except for the fact that a bright red sweater on some people is quite out of proportion If the people at the top think it's wise to drink or drive at 70 miles an hour, then the people who follow them are endangering their lives. They're like sheep taken to the slaughterhouse, and you may encounter this more than once in your life. It's possible that at one time or another, you may have done something that you know is wrong, and you may forgive yourself for saying, "Oh, the crowd did it." OK, let the crowd do it, but don't do it yourself.
Learn to say, "No." develop your own standards and your own judgment. If you know that the crowd is planning things you don't agree with, have the courage to be polite Quit and you'll have the satisfaction of being self reliant.