There is a heated debate on the importance ofbuying a house with the soaring house prices. Those emphasizing the in^ortance of buyiog ahouse maintain that living in your bwn house makes you feel better and more comfortable compared to that in a rented one. Besides, no investment is more rewarding than buying ahouse nowadays. Statistics from both home and abroad shows that owning a houseguarantees an increase in assets.
Quite the contrary, many people say, buying a house is not that important. On one hand,a rented apartment can provide the same comfortable or even better life for people. This isespecially true when many people have no money to decorate their houses after the bigpurchase. On the other hand, peopk can spend more money on other more protitableinvestment than involving in real estate, such as buying stocks or other art poliections.
Personally, I think possessing a house is extremely important. At its core, a house is ashelter After buying a house, people will becomc stable. What's more important is that thctrchildren will also settle and can concentrate on study _ children could get affected as theyadapt themselves with the new places, teachers and creating new friends making them Lagbehind academically.
As an old saying goes, “Happiness is not the absence of problems, but the ability to deal with them.” Why is difficult to define, or rather discover and achieve happiness? I maintain the major determinant lies in a person's attitudes.
There is little correlation? between the circumstance of people's lives and how happy they are. Instead, happiness lies in the struggle to be happy. To demonstrate, people sometimes go to extremes?, and frantically pursue money, power, high social status, and so on, which are all symbols of success—but never of happiness. Perhaps if they shifted their life's goal from ultimate success to unswerving efforts and to a confidence that they will be successful one day they would be a great deal happier.
Besides defining it, how do I achieve happiness? There is little doubt that? various people have diverse ways of going about this task. As for me, the most significant secret is realizing that happiness is a by-product of something else. The most obvious sources are those pursuits that give our lives a purpose. These can be anything from playing tennis to studying insects. The more passions we have, the more happiness we are likely to experience.
It is a common phenomena on college that students occupy seats.Different people have different point of view about that.
Some people who against occupying seats argue that it's a bad manner to do so,while the other people who favor it claim that it can offer the chance to the students who want to listen to the lesson.Everything have two sides so does seat occupying. For one thing,it's not very fair to the student who want the seat but get there late without friends occupying seats for them.For another,it's fairly easy for some students to get the seat with occupying seats if they couldn't get up very early.
As far as I'm concerned,the disadvantage of occupying seats on college is more than the possitve parts.
We often see there is a table cloth, a book or something else on the desk in the classroom or library, indicating the seat is taken. This kind of phenomenon is very usual in almost all colleges and universities. Strangely enough, most of students seem to take this for granted, and few will protest it.
Though most of students' taking seats in advance is for better study, this kind of phenomenon has great negative effects. On the one hand, it is a selfish behavior, which damages other students' interests. Sometimes even if many students come to the classroom very early, they can not find a seat. On the other hand, reserving a seat violates the rule of fairness. No matter how late you come to class, the seat is still reserved for you even though many others are eager for that seat.
Considering the above-mentioned, I think, it is high time that we college students took a good look of our behavior. Indeed, only if all of us can improve our consciousness, it is not a difficult task for us to get rid of this kind of phenomenon “reserving a seat".