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Either the first streaming of the sunshine,whichbroke the dark night,
or the hurried steps on the stairs made by those whohastened to catch the time
brough me back to consciousness,and before mywindow of heart being opened,
my hand had reached out of the warm quilt
to the watch placed on the bed-stand.
With a sleeping look at the watch,
I repeated the time deep in my heart,"Twenty to seven."
"What?Twenty to seven?"
Throwing the quilt aside without losing time,
I jumped to my feet and addressed myself at flying speed.
With a basin,in which lay the tooth- brush and toothpaste on my left hand,
and the towel around my neck,I hurried to the washroom.
Putting down the basin and switching on the tap,
I turned to the closet and took out of a bag of instant noodles,
with the purpose of cooking myself breakfast.
Hot vapor rose from the pot.
I stood brushing my yellowish teeth beside the hearth,
monitoring the cooking process.
Few minutes later, the noodles were ready,and washing was done.
Hot as it was,it couldn't hinder me from eating.
As I got to my feet and walked to the door,
I picked up a piece of scroll to wipe off the grease around my rosy mouth
As I was running towards the regular bus stop,
the bus started off and and disappeared in the distance...
How tired I am! Looking at the night lamp,
I think about nothing in particular.
I also don't feel like saying anything
Soft music comes from the radio. It makes me moretired and sleepy.
My eyelids are feeling heavy.
Suddenly,it occurs to me that I haven't done my homework yet.
What a shame!I have to turn off the radio and open my math exercise book.
"Which of the six graphs best represents each function?"
reads the title.
The work is not difficult for me,
but I am weary and when I see the mountainous pile of books on my left,
I really don't want to do any more.
Sometimes I hate having to read so many books.
I don't know why we have to read all kinds of books
and take so many boring examinations.
Some teachers divide students into groups according to how high their marks are
It seems that students with different marks are treated differently.
It is a good idea but do teachers really know how a"bad-student"thinks?
I guess it's the worst way.
As we know some Nobel winners were actually bad students,
while none of the top students ever win it.
What do you think about it?
Everyone,including students,teachers, parents etc.
expects the education system to change.
As the students, we all need to study in the same wonderful sunshine.
I should let you know,that what the students need is knowledge
but not necessarily high marks.
It's 12 o'clock now.
I hope that I didn't get too carried away musing over these problems.
Anyhow,I have to prepare for tomorrow's test.
I really don't want to say anymore.
Your vacation doesn’t have to be dead time when it comes to self-improvement.
You can boost your skills while relaxing and de-stressing.
In other words, your vacation can be a great time to improve your emotional intelligence—and still thoroughly remain in vacation mode.
Since that’s one of the most important job skills on the market right now, it’s worth taking a page or two from the most emotionally intelligent vacationers’ play books.
1. THEY USE THE TIME TO SELF-REFLECT
As the pace of things slackens, ask yourself:
· What kind of people irritate me?
·What kind of people am I drawn to?
· Who do these people remind me of?
Being in a laid back, relaxed state is an excellent time to do some self-reflection.
So sure, have a cocktail or dive into a book, but carve out some time just to be alone with your thoughts.
2. THEY LOOK FOR WAYS TO EMPATHIZE
Most people do this in their own heads anyway when they’re traveling overseas or someplace unfamiliar.
Notice people and their facial expressions, their posture, dress, and manner of walking—these are all great ways to gather clues about what’s going on with them.
In fact, you can assume this mind-set even when you’re going to a movie, out to eat, or to a live performance.
3. THEY PRACTICE POLITE ASSERTIVENESS
Many people struggle with asking for what they want.
Emotionally intelligent people realize that the worst that can happen is getting a no, in which case they’re no worse off than before asking for something they want.
You might think of the boardroom as the real place to be more assertive, but vacation is actually just as good a time to stretch your “asking muscles.”
When you check into your accommodation, try asking for an upgrade. If there’s a problem with your meal, tell the server.
Just be polite.
Because you often won’t see the people you’re dealing with again, it may be easier to ask for what you want.
4. THEY RECONSIDER THEIR GOALS
Vacations are a great time to revisit past goals or even set new ones.
When you’re away from your everyday routine, you’re better positioned to take a look at where you are in life and contemplate where you’d like to be.
Those who get high scores for emotional intelligence are usually pretty good at getting away from their daily habits now and then in order to refocus and take an inventory of their lives.
5. THEY IMPROVE THEIR RESILIENCE HABITS
While you might like to tell yourself that next month you’ll finally start meditating daily or picking up a journaling routine, life often gets in the way.
Emotionally intelligent people aren’t immune to this, but they’re good at using vacation time to retool those resilience strategies.
Vacations give us a chance to return to what we know we should be doing for ourselves but don’t often make time for.