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He is on the Way to His Dream Ⅰ

Viewed 2051 times 2014-7-22 18:16 |Personal category:A mysterious life|System category:Life| childhood, ultimate, depends, dream, Dream

The size of one’s life stage depends on the capacity of his heart. The length of one’s life road lies in the height of his goal. Chinese dreama dream gathered everyone’s ultimate goal can be regarded as a great dream.And I am also a part of it.

 

Dream in His Childhood

He was an ordinary boy who was born in a small village. In spite of the common life he havehe has never been neglected by his parents love.

He is the son of a farmerand was raised up by this fertile land. His honest and simple parents taught him to be an unsophisticated boy.  To be uprightsincere and brave. Even though he was the only son of this familybut he was never been spoiled. He gradually knew the true essence of being a man distinguishing clearly between right and wrong.

He was independent when he was very younglike an old saying“The children in poor family mastered everything early.” cooking and washing, working in the fields. He was trying to help his parents by sharing the housework and farm work . Once, in order to provide a hot timely meal for his off-working parentshe broke the pot intentionally and unexpectedly. He bowed his head to wait his parents to scoldhoweverhis mother’s eyes were filled with tears and gave him a smile in satisfaction when she saw his smoky face and dirty hands.

Like the others, he do had his own dream. He was often standing still and keeping thinking the fantastic life of the outside world. His grandfather told himthe nearby road leads to Beijingthe capital city with colorful and incredible new things. From that time, going out of this small village and seeing the unthinkable world became his final aim.

All happy families are similar., but each unhappy family faced its own bad luck. Unfortunatelybad luck came to this ordinary family. His father who worked in a factory had an accident at , losing his left hand. How did this small family afford the high medical billsBeing unable to bear the cost of treatment, eventually led to disability.

The pain of the body, the burden of the family, his grey-haired father had to endure beyond the ordinary pain. In those days, he didn't know how to express his love to his father, did not know how to help his dad share the burden, what he could do was hiding in the quilt and dropping tears secretly at night.

Facing the difficultieshis mother had to take over the family with burden both in housework and farm land. He was totally heart-broken when he saw his mother 's galabias and turbans stained by the sweat and dirt of a long day’s work.One day he said to his mother in determination "Mom, I can earn money now and I want to drop out the school.”“You must be a studious boy and good good studyday day up.Our family will depend on you in the future.”

Suddenly he felt that he should be responsible for this family. In order to wait for father’s recoveryease the burden for his motherhe worked hard in class and sold snacks after school.He deeply knew that he will surely successful as long as he keep trying and never stop the pursuit of dream

 

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