Topic 4 From “I” to “We” 从“我”到“我们”
Now in campus, the number of college students who are self-centered has grown to a certain amount. They attach enough importance to their own gains and losses. To some extent, they are a lump of selfishness.
Several factors may account for the egoism of college students. In the first place, most of them are from one-child families. Parents and grandparents lavish care on them. Secondly, school teaching misses out the training of caring for others. Instead, they strive for their own interests in the fierce competition. They know less about sharing, union, or cooperation. Over time, they can only indulge in self-admiration. Sense of achievement means no more than conquer. Had failure come along, there would be little friendly consolation. Gradually, they feel lonely and the world becomes indifferent in their understanding. Misinterpretation of classmates or even society may trigger many serious problems. Therefore, it is high time for us to take drastic measures to solve this problem. The relevant school schools and authorities should join up to guide students to transform from “I” to “we” through education.