Tear down the fence
In the classroom, a breeze, I read an article, "Garden without a wall", I don't think the garden has a wall, wouldn't anyone step on the flowers? With this question in mind, I finished reading the article and it looked like this:
The rich man built a wall to protect his property, but it could not prevent the curiosity of the children. Under the advice of friends, the rich man demolished the built wall. When the robber came, everyone helped the rich man catch the robber. The rich man So understand a truth.
Closing the book, what impressed me most in the article was that the rich man removed the wall in the garden under the advice of a friend, so that people can see the garden view.
Do you think that the rich just removed the fence in the garden? NO, the rich man removed the wall of his own mind. He was always too worried about others before. The rich man removed the wall and opened his heart.
This reminds me of a fable story-"Giant's Garden". At the beginning, the giant built a garden, but children often came in to play, because the giant did not like them to build a wall to block them, which left the garden snowy all year round. The giant removed the wall in the back to allow the children to play. Flowers bloom, colorful.
I have also heard a story-"Heaven and Hell", which is a person who asks God: what is heaven and what is hell? God didn't say anything, and took him to two rooms. The first room had a cauldron. There were several people sitting on the side. They had long spoons in their hands and their skins were thin and yellow. They took care of themselves one by one. I ca n’t drink it forever, God took him to another room, everything else was the same as the previous room, but everyone gave the soup to others, and they could taste it themselves. Everyone laughed, God said, “This is Heaven and hell. "
Yes, classmates, let's tear down the wall of selfishness in our hearts, let's open our hearts to face everyone, so that life will be better and better.The address of this article: 600 words after reading the garden without a fence http://www.zuowenwang.net/p/249671.html Reprinted please indicate the source!