To be kind, to do good deeds, to help people-all this has been taught us since childhood, everyone knows how to act properly, and very few follow these rules.
People often think only of themselves and do not want to help others just like that, without any benefit. Seeking money, wealth or making a career it is difficult to be kind to others, so it seems that they are surrounded by enemies, and no one is in a hurry to establish relations first.
Why, then, do good? Doing good deeds unselfishly, we help someone improve their lives, which means that we change the whole world as a whole. The person himself changes internally, he becomes better, cleaner and not only helps others, but also corrects his life. You can not postpone good deeds for later, or think that you now do not have
Most often people justify themselves by the lack of opportunity and money, and their anger and bad attitude towards people – failures and difficulties: “now if I had a million, and so I can or I and everything is bad: hard work, a small salary, where will I help? ” But good – it’s not hundreds of thousands spent or helping the entire population of the world – help those who are close to you and then on earth will not remain unhappy. How much is a good word and sincere participation for us and how rarely we get it. It is not necessary to try to help everyone, but caring for your loved ones, participation and sympathy for friends, small services to friends and unselfish help to strangers – this will already greatly change your world. Hurry to do good today, because tomorrow you can not have time to help and lose loved ones and relatives, do not get true friends,
Composition on the theme “Letter to the teacher”
Hello, dear Tatyana Lvovna!
Write to you your former student Buerov Katya. Only now, becoming an adult, I realized how important a class teacher in the lives of boys and girls. You instilled in us
I remember with enthusiasm our trip to the ice rink, when I first got on skates. As I was afraid to go out on the ice, and you, as always, cheered and supported. How many impressions we had then, little five-kilograms. I remember with what mood we came home and talked to our parents about their impressions.
I remember our first trip, when you taught us how to light a fire, how we built a bridge across the river. I remember how you walked in the sneakers on this bridge, how interesting it was to fry the barbecue on our fire, how delicious and fragrant was the tea from the currant leaves.
And what interesting were your lessons! You taught me how to ride a rope, climb a rope, perform various gymnastic exercises. Every week I was eagerly awaiting the evenings of Monday and Wednesday. These days you conducted gymnastics classes for us. I also remember how we gathered in your office for changes and drank tea with jam, animatedly discussing school news. These tea parties brought us very close, your students.
We with passion invented various actions, numbers for holidays, drew wall newspapers.
Your classroom hours have always been entertaining and instructive.
I wish you, Tatyana Lvovna, successes in your hard work so that you always remain the same wonderful teacher, class teacher, friend, mentor, what you have always been for us.