Once upon a time, a teacher came into a classroom with ten thousand kyats.
I asked the students. "Who wants this ten thousand dollars? Raise your hand." All hands went up in the air.
The teacher continued. "I'm going to give it to one of you, but wait," he said, hesitating for tens of thousands of dollars. Then I asked the students. "Who wants to keep this ten thousand dollars?" All hands are still up in the air.
The teacher continued. "All right," he said, stepping on tens of thousands of dollars with his shoes. The money is pretty dirty and ugly. Then he picked it up. "Now do you want ten thousand kyats?" At the end of the conversation, many hands were still floating in the air. The teacher gave the students a meaningful piece of advice.
"Well. . . All the students have learned a very valuable lesson. You still want tens of thousands of dollars. "Because the value of the banknote has not changed, tens of thousands of dollars can still be used."
Well. . We all fail in life. Being trampled on and our decisions made, our morals and values were tarnished by tens of thousands of dollars. Sometimes the body is useless. They tend to think that it is worthless. No matter what went wrong. No matter what Never lose your value. We should strive to be precious human beings.