Follow the example of an idol to forge ahead and keep working hard

Idolatry is the process of repairing the gap between reality

Researchers have shown that star-worshippers tend to have lower self-evaluations and self-esteem, and that the attractiveness and qualities of their idols fulfill many of their expectations.

Follow the example of an idol to forge ahead and keep working hard

Chasing stars is actually the pursuit of “self”.

In the eyes of star-struck children, an idol is another successful “self”.

Many people have mixed opinions about starworship. The reason is not the starworship itself, but the fear of children getting lost.

There is nothing inherently wrong with a child’s stargazing, but it’s important to have boundaries.

Host Small Rui is a senior fan of stars, just graduated from the Communication University of China this year.

When high school, she also had to hold the paper rose folded by hand, happy to idol Liu Xijun sent machine, excitedly told the idol, he wants to become a host.

In order to let more people hear her idol’s singing, she tried her best to enter the school’s radio station, learned audio and video production, and even learned dubbing. She was able to say “Amway” to her idol…

From the airport to see off the high school students, suddenly become an interview idol host, and then to the “Wonderful talk” in the brilliant debater, Small Rui with action interpretation of the best posture of star.

There’s a line in The movie Star Detective that an idol is a mirror that reflects who you want to become.An idol is a power that gives you hope and courage to face life.

Zhong Fangrong, a new student of Peking University, adores Mr. Fan Jinshi, President of Dunhuang Art Academy and “Daughter of Dunhuang”.

In those days, Fan Jinshi, bent on the embrace of Dunhuang, stayed in the Northwest desert Gobi Desert, for decades like a day of work for Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes, in order to resist the erosion of the historical sites.

It was Fan Jinshi’s love for mogao Grottoes and indifference to fame and fortune that shook Zhong Fangrong’s heart and made her choose archaeology as her major.

After all, an idol is what you want to be.

Idolatry is the process of repairing the gap between reality and ideal by virtue of one’s own efforts.

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