Many parents like to make choices for their children because they believe that their children are still young and don't know how to make the best choice. My parents will not make choices for me. They will leave me choices and let me make my own decisions.
I feel respected and thank them. I have my own ideas and can take responsibility.
Choose, give up, the poet led me to a branch road: there are many sweet apples on one side, lovely and charming on the other, there is a piece of thorn, behind the success of fighting against the thorns, there is a splendid palace hidden. I deeply know that if I choose apple, I will give up the precious opportunity to become the queen, and if I choose to challenge, I must bid farewell to apple, which should I choose One? Like the branch road, we have to make a lot of choices in our life. We usually think that what we choose is what we get and what we have.
But in my opinion, we just choose to give up the life of being rich as a businessman. Choosing to be a top student means giving up a lot of leisure time in front of TV. Of course, this is a kind of torture, but we must carefully judge what is more important, and then give up other people, don't think about them any more, and focus all your energy on what you are doing.
Myself, standing here, has chosen to challenge in such a great competition, so I have to give up ten days of normal school courses and relax, no pressure, but I'm still very happy, because properly give up let me stick to my choice let's go back to our branch road, which one will you choose me to challenge here.
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