SARS in 2003 has not been impressed by the students, but it is the lingering haze of our generation. 17 years later, the plague came again, and the virus broke our daily life into a battle of masks, alcohol disinfectants and isolation at home.
As we all know, the disaster will pass, and the strongest emotions will fade at this moment. However, I still want to remind students not to forget the lessons of history and the huge cost and sacrifice of this event. We are surrounded by all kinds of news every day, and we are immersed in a huge flood of network information. It will not be long before the news that comes one after another will grab our attention again. In this situation, forgetting is the most effortless and natural choice. But I hope students don't take the easiest way.
If you can spare no effort, please take the epidemic situation as a classroom and carry out more in-depth thinking and exploration, such as collecting epidemic information independently, sorting out epidemic data, analyzing the causes of the epidemic situation, predicting the social follow-up impact of the epidemic situation, so as to understand the social operation, scientific epidemic prevention, social economy and culture; For example, we should find some classic books, cultivate our own humanistic spirit and modern civic consciousness with patience, and think about the value of a good society.
What we can do is not only despair and helplessness, but also simple labels and empty slogans. We have the potential to take more responsibility for ourselves, our society and the world through actions. Only by upholding the truth and mending our shortcomings can we reduce the suffering of destroying the world. It's not easy. Let's work together.