Today, I read the article "The Garden Without a Wall", which tells such a story:
In order to protect his wealth, Mikar built a wall. The children wanted to find out, but destroyed the garden. Under the persuasion of a friend, he demolished the fence. Once, a robber broke in and everyone helped him. He learned a truth from it.
Closing the book, the rich man obeyed a friend's suggestion and demolished the wall. This scene left a deep impression on me. When the wall fell, it was not only the wall of his garden that was removed, but also the wall of his mind.
The rich man removed the wall for others. He had others in his heart, which brought convenience and joy to everyone. At the same time, he also removed the wall of the soul, no longer selfish, shared his garden, and became happy. Yeah, helping others will make you happy.
I once read an article-"My own flowers are for others to see": Germans raise flowers differently from ours in China. They plant the flowers outward, and the flowers they show are for everyone to see. Appreciate, they share the beauty with everyone, at the same time they can see the flowers of other people's homes, and they can also enjoy the beautiful scenery. Others, be happy with yourself.
I have also seen a story like this: there is a little boy who is hungry. He came to a woman's house. The woman was very kind and gave him some bread and a glass of milk. The little boy was very grateful. After decades, the woman got a strange illness, and the surrounding hospitals were incurable. Only the only doctor in the city was cured, and the woman's husband took her there. The doctor really cured her illness. When they went to pay, the help desk said that someone had already paid it, and the person who paid was the doctor, that is, the little boy of the year. I admire the little boy very much. Boy, although he gave him only a little bread and milk, he always kept in mind that he helped women to pay the expensive medical expenses, and a little help, in exchange for his own life, which reflected a Reason: Everyone is me, I am everyone, and we must learn the selfless dedication of women and be helpful.
Therefore, each of us must think for others, dedicate ourselves, and make this world a better and more loving place.The address of this article: 800 words after reading the garden without walls http://www.zuowenwang.net/p/249667.html Reprinted please indicate the source!