Fame is like an animal chasing its tail. When he catches it, he doesn't know what to do. He just keeps chasing it.
Along with fame and cheerful popularity, celebrities are forced to participate in his or her own destruction - those who gain fame often have a talent or skill: singing, dancing, painting, or writing, etc. successful performers develop a style of active marketing and gain popularity, and it is this popularity that usually persuades the performer to continue to perform in the same style Because this is what the public seems to want and like, but in the end, performers get tired of singing the same songs in the same way year after year, or painters tired of drawing similar scenes or portraits, or actors tired of playing the same role over and over again. If an artist tries to change his writing, dancing or singing style, public demands will damage his or her own reputation for success, etc., and the audience may turn around and expect to give another rapidly changing reputation.
I believe that the influence of fame and celebrity, the reality and illusion of success and failure are all neatly woven into a seamless fabric in some way. We smile and call it reality. I say to those who are desperate for fame and fortune, celebrity: good luck, but when you catch your tail, what will you do, your success, your fame will continue to chase it.
If you catch it, firm Hold on, because falling is not as painful as landing, and you'll soon be famous, almost famous.
Nowadays, more and more people in the society realize the importance of quality education. However, primary and secondary school students still complain that homework is too heavy in the eyes of many teachers. Homework is a good way to enhance students' knowledge.
However, they ignore the disadvantages of homework. On the one hand, too much homework will occupy all students' spare time Time, on the other hand, too much homework will do great harm to the physical and mental health of students, which is the time when schools pay more attention to its functions, and strive to take practical measures to promote the overall development of students.
In view of my views on student work, we need to do some work in class and at home. We can review what they have learned in school, keep them open-minded and lay a good foundation for future study. However, what is left for students, how much to leave them and how to do it are more important issues.
My point of view is: first of all, we should arrange homework reasonably, not too much or too little. It's best to finish it in a few minutes. The purpose is to review what we have learned in class.
At the same time, students' homework should be able to keep an open mind and give them the opportunity to use their brains to find good answers. It should be done in various ways. For example, children in the neighborhood can finish their homework together, which is a good way to cultivate their team spirit.
They will also feel happier. We need less but more efficient work, whether in class or at home.