In the spring and Autumn period, a man from the state of Chu tried his best to sell his pearls for more money. He made a wooden box with precious Magnolia incense wood, which was filled with pearls and sold on the street. Immediately attracted a lot of customers, but no one to buy.
After a while, a man from the state of Zheng came and gave a lot of money to the Pearl seller. He quickly opened the box, took out the Pearl and returned it to the Pearl seller. He left with a wooden box. Many of the onlookers were shocked. It turns out that the buyer didn't buy Pearls, but wooden boxes!
The meaning of this story is: no eyesight, improper choice.
Li Haoyang, grade one, general No.2 school, Fushun, Liaoning_ There was a jeweler in the state of Chu. Zheng went to sell jewels. He carved a box out of valuable and fragrant wood, tried every means to decorate the box beautifully, and then put the jewels in it.
A man from the state of Zheng bought it at a high price. He opened the box and returned many jewels to the jeweler, leaving only the box.
The box is so well made. The Zheng man only saw the box. He didn't know that the Pearl was many times more expensive than the box.
Third grade: Du Menglian's touching story hw.com.cn ”Push for you_ This morning, our class saw some people who moved the whole China. Most of them are the people who are moved by filial piety. In fact, maybe we can't do that kind of filial piety now, maybe it's because life is better now and we don't need to do that. However, as long as we have the heart of thanking our parents, I believe that in the eyes of our parents, we are equal to what people who have moved the whole China have done. I believe that parents will be happy from the bottom of their hearts. At this time, parents may say to us: 'child, you have grown up'. After reading so many touching stories, look at the people in the story, and then look at the fact that we now use all the school supplies for our own use. If others want to borrow them from you, you have to change into a good reason to say that you can't borrow them. Even if I borrowed it, I kept saying: 'you must lend it to me next time'. The neighbors want to borrow something. Although we have a lot of money, we still try our best not to borrow it. Even if we are not happy to lend it to others, we are afraid that it will be damaged, so we have to exhort them. Look at the people in the story, and then look at us. How could there be such a big difference? After reading the touching story, I decided to try to be grateful, try to repay, try to treat everyone generously. We should all remember that helping others is helping ourselves.
Third grade: can be proud