I read The Little Prince again this week, a book I read a long time ago, but at the time I didn't understand what it was about, I just thought it was a deep fairy tale. When I read it again this week, I found that it actually taught us a lot of real truths, such as human greed, emptiness, blindness, and folly, but the thing that impressed me the most was "All adults in the world were once children (unfortunately). , only a few adults remember this)" sentence. The author expresses his lament for the disappearance of human "childhood" through the little prince's travel experience in the universe. As time goes by, we grow up slowly, and the original pure heart also dissipates, but it is the most precious thing in our life. When we were young, we always wanted to grow up, and when we grew up, we always wanted to go back to the past, but I believe that if we can maintain a childlike innocence and treat the world with that innocence and kindness, we will surely receive kindness in return.