When people are in public places, they have the feeling that they should not speak loudly in public places and should not cross the border, etc. These are the rules for them. Although not stipulated by law, the moral power of self behavior seems to be easy to achieve.
However, when the great temptation comes, self behavior will change rapidly. It is reported that in Hong Kong, a car with a car crash The police car attracted a lot of people to steal money. When the car crashed off the police car, it was so crazy.
The money should be given to the band. On the way to the bank, people robbed some of them and left quickly. Two days later, the police found most of the money, some of them.
It is not easy for those who refuse to pay back money to be caught in prison for selfishness. It is easy for people to abide by public rules on small issues, which are easily broken when the big temptation comes. The man who can resist the great temptation can be said to have suffered it all by himself.
In today's society, self-discipline is absolutely important, especially for college students. Compared with high school students, college students have relatively free choice of what to do and how to do. It is such a change that requires our college students to be more self-discipline.
Self discipline is the key to improve themselves. On the one hand, without self-discipline, some college students will be distracted by other temptations, such as playing games On the contrary, college students will encourage themselves to learn something useful to improve their personality. They are in an important period of personality formation and quality formation.
Self discipline is an indispensable part of Shaping College Students' success. A self disciplined college student has the courage to take responsibility, strive to become a better person and overcome laziness. In addition, self-discipline helps him to become a respectable person, self-discipline In short, self-discipline is very important and necessary, especially for college students, who are in a critical period of determining their world outlook and values.
Never leave it for tomorrow (Benjamin Franklin, American president) (b) at the age of 20, will dominates at the age of 30, wit and at the age of 40, President Benjamin Franklin's judgment) B work banishes the three evils: boredom, depravity and poverty (Voltaire, French philosopher) it's no use doing what you like, you have to like what you do（ Winston Churchill, British Prime Minister).