I woke up in this clear, early wintermorning and was attracted by the scenery outside my window. Everything wasembraced by the heavy mist; the rays of the rising sun and the serene heavenwere dissolved into the lavender mist, looming. The faint fragrance of dewdropshanging on the bare twigs tempted me into contemplation.
My contemplation was about the question: towhom my thankfulness should pay on Thanksgiving Day.
Initially, I would thank my parents. It isthe parents who give me life and have played an unsubordinated role of theprocess of our language learning and walking. They used their warm palms toreceive me to come into this world; the very moment I opened my eyes, theirwide smiles were greeting me. They whispered the first word into my ears,softly; they held my hands to lead me to tread my first step, firmly. Althoughthe ability of learning language was innate, parents taught me how to speak andcommunicate; although my legs were inborn, parents assisted m北京专治颠闲的公立医院e to standuprightly and walk like a human. I have been appreciating to my parents, forthey lift my sorrow with their shoulders notwithstanding their own pressure.
Then, I would like to thank my experience,especially the bitter part of my life. I would thank the misery during mygrowing process, for it has taught me to t大脑抽搐是什么原因reasure the limited happy moment; Iwould thank the loneliness due to the strong will and uncommon patience it hasgiven me.
Finally, the no less gratitude should begiven to my friends, classmates, and peers. I would thank those people who aremore excellent than me, for the simple reason that they set the example andgoal for me to surpass; simultaneously, I would pay my thankfulness to thosewho fall behind me because of the confidence which I gain from m黑龙江癫痫病去哪治y exceedingposition. Definitely, I also thank the people who never fail to treat me kind andsmile at me. Through them, I have been encouraged and have seen thecharacteristic of humans’ softness.
Night began to fall; the daylight wasfading inches by inches. However, the appreciation I mentioned above would liein my deepest mind, never fade.