I still remember when I was at home, the mobile phone was like a drug addiction, pulling my nerves every moment. As long as the phone is not with me for a while, I have nothing to do and don't know what to do. Just take a look at your phone if you have some free time, even if it’s just the wallpaper. In order to get a mobile phone, I "fight wits and courage" with my parents every day. Lie, use the excuse of online classes to take the opportunity to play with mobile phones; stay up late to play when it is time to sleep; play when going to the toilet. When writing homework, the efficiency is extremely low. The mobile phone next to it exudes temptation all the time. It seems to be lying there peacefully, but it seems to be noisy: "Come and play with me, come and come". Those who make it feel itchy in their hearts, always wanting to pick it up and play with it. And I do do the same, so at the end of each holiday, the night before school starts, and on the way to school, it is also the time to make up homework crazily. At the same time, academic performance has naturally stagnated. There are countless conflicts with parents caused by mobile phones. Thinking about it now, every conflict seems to be because of the mobile phone... Quality, health, self-control, concentration... It's scary to think about it now.
But recently I found that reading has gradually replaced my desire for mobile phones without knowing it. I often see so many good books on the bookshelf, and I want to read each one, so I feel that I don't have enough time. Although I have read some books before, most of them are romance novels. I often read such meaningless content for hours without quenching my thirst. But some meaningful foreign literary works, such as "To Kill a Mockingbird", I remember that since I bought it, it has been put there to sleep. It took me a summer vacation to finish reading this book until I started reading it. I just remember that my eyes were moving mechanically at that time, and one word after another was drawn, and I didn't know what I was thinking. After I came to my consciousness, I didn't know what I saw. As for the content, of course I didn't read it into my heart. Read a book without knowing why it is a sin to kill a mockingbird.
From the beginning of reading Jin Yong's novel "The Legend of Condor Heroes", I gradually discovered that there is a sense of happiness and fulfillment in the book that mobile phones cannot bring. The wonderful and moving descriptions in the book brought me into that era, as if I was in it. Slowly, I will also think about the content in the book, no longer just simply reading the story. From "The Legend of Condor Heroes", Guo Jing said to Yang Guo: "It is the duty of a chivalrous man to fight for righteousness and help others in need, but this is just a small man of chivalry. The reason why people in the world call me Guo Daxia is because of respect." For the sake of the country and the people, I helped defend Xiangyang regardless of my own safety..." I was deeply shocked by the fearlessness of Yang Jisheng's death and impeachment of Yan Song in "Those Things in the Ming Dynasty". The efforts made by the generals and ministers of the past dynasties to punish rape and eliminate evil and the suffering of the people made me deeply feel that the purpose of learning is not for fame, let alone profit, but to be more capable of relieving the suffering of the people.
Every time I think of this, I feel an indescribable sense of joy. Thinking about it now, if I continue to follow the old way of life, addicted to the mobile phone network, I will never learn to read and think in my life. It's not good to be conceited if you stick to your own existing knowledge. And now all I have to do is to learn from those who are upright and unyielding in the book, and strive to improve my character, improve my ability, and move towards a brighter path.