5 college entrance examination champions tell you with their personal experience: It's time to expose this lie

time:2022-12-02 12:26:55source:monlittlebaby.com author:Diet
5 college entrance examination champions tell you with their personal experience: It's time to expose this lie

Every year after the college entrance examination and the senior high school entrance examination, there is always an argument on the Internet: "It is difficult for a poor family to have a noble child", and even children with poor family conditions, it is better to go out to work early instead of studying hard. It is true that in this era of multiple choices, reading is not the only way out, but it is certain that those who like to read see the world differently from those who do not like to read. 01In a big ravine in Qiannan, Guizhou, the people here have been farming for generations. The children here not only lack educational resources, but also bear the burden of the family early. Under such conditions, Su Jikun was admitted to Peking University with a score of 707, realizing the transition from "crop man" to Peking University student. In Henan Province, where the iron army gathers for the college entrance examination, Li Hao, a girl who studied in a well-known and unknown high school, and whose parents are uneducated factory workers, became the top student in the college entrance examination through her own efforts. In the three years of high school, except for sleeping, she spent all her time studying, and after continuous efforts, she was sent to the gate of Tsinghua University. They are just one of many poor families. Wang Xinyi, who was born in Hebei, has been tied to the word "poverty" since childhood. A family of six, with three children going to school, the grandfather cannot take care of himself, the mother is frail and sick, and the father is busy doing odd jobs in farming. Wang Xinyi has been running the house since elementary school and working in the fields. Mowing, crises, ploughing, picking cotton, tending sheep, etc., she became her father's best assistant. In order to save money, Wang Xinyi only eats Chinese cabbage at school and wears clothes given by others. She is often laughed at by her classmates as "scumbags". The road to study was bumpy, but she did not change her enthusiasm for study and was admitted to Peking University with a high score of 707. He Runqi, from Changde City, Hunan Province, was born in a rural area. His father was a steel reinforcement worker on the construction site. His eldest brother dropped out of school after graduating from junior high school to work because his family was poor. For three years in high school, he has been moving forward despite difficulties. His mother died unexpectedly, and he held back his grief and continued his studies. Grandma is sick and hospitalized, and he has to help take care of the family. When the epidemic hit, the school switched to online classes, but there was no computer and WiFi at home. He could only borrow his father's old-fashioned mobile phone to take online classes. He often experienced dropped calls in class, screen freezes, and homework could not be turned in. Despite the difficulties, he won the first prize in the college entrance examination with his hard work and became the champion of liberal arts in Hunan Province. Looking at these stories, I always feel empowered. From time to time, I hear people say, "It's a dream, it's hard for a poor family to have a noble child", and some people even put forward "the useless theory of reading". It is true that reading is not the only way out, but reading can open a whole new door in life and let children have more exciting things. Life. 02 If he didn't insist on studying, then Lin Wandong, who relied on moving bricks to subsidize his family, may never know how beautiful the school of Tsinghua University is. Eileen Chang said: Life is like a gorgeous robe full of lice. For Lin Wandong, a student living in Dashangou, life is like a robe with leaks, and all the wind and rain must be faced by himself. Lin Wandong was born in a big ravine in Qujing, Yunnan. In an extremely impoverished area of ​​the country, his family can be described as a family with four walls. Grandpa and father were both in poor health and could not work. They could only rely on their mother to carry bricks and sand outside to make a living. Although his family was poor, Lin Wandong was very sensible since he was a child. Looking at his mother who worked hard, he made up his mind to study hard and use knowledge to change his destiny. From elementary school to high school, Lin Wandong has always been among the best. During high school, he accumulated more than 20 books of wrong questions, which shows his diligence and dedication. In the midsummer of 2019, when the admission letter from Tsinghua University was delivered to Lin Wandong, he was carrying bricks and sand with his mother on the construction site. When he received the letter, he cried with joy. Lin Wandong wrote in his autobiography: People often say that knowledge changes fate, and this is the most authentic experience for children who have come out of mountain villages. He also said that from the moment he received the admission letter, he knew that he would work hard to take his family on a brand new journey towards happiness together. You see, reading, not only changing the fate of a child, but also the fate of a family. After entering the Tsinghua Academy, Lin Wandong lived up to expectations, still diligent and hardworking, and was among the best in his grade. What is even more valuable is that this self-improving "brick-moving teenager" also passed on love to more children through volunteer activities. In 2020, the outbreak of the epidemic has interrupted the study of countless teenagers. When Lin Wandong learned that the school had launched the "Chunlin Action" to help senior high school students, he immediately signed up for volunteers to help those disadvantaged students who lacked educational resources like him. Self-improvement and gratitude, Lin Wandong told us with practical actions that in a poor family, you can step into top universities with hard work, and you can help more people with knowledge. 03The British documentary "Seven Years of Life" filmed two 7-year-old children from different classes. Decades later, it was found that although most of the children were of the same class as their parents, Nick, a poor child, changed his life by studying and became a professor at a well-known university. The great philosopher Goethe once said: "Man can't just rely on everything he is born with, but should rely on everything he gets from learning to achieve himself. If you are in a poor family, you must cherish the hard-won opportunity to study. I I never believe that it is difficult for a poor family to have a noble child, and I also don’t believe that reading is useless. The hand of fate turns clouds and rain, and the last laugh is those who, even if they start from a relatively low level, spend their whole lives to fight back against the Jedi. I only believe that only by self-improvement can There will be endless possibilities in the future.
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