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[Introduction] Lei Feng was so kind of helping others. Chairman Mao said: Lei Feng went on a business trip for a thousand miles and made a train of good deeds. It’s really good, we must learn from Lei Feng! When the cotton trousers of his comrade-in-arms were broken, he helped his comrade-in-arms to make up; When his sister-in-law lost his ticket, he used his own allowance to make up; When his comrade-in-arms had a difficult family, he sent money to his comrade-in-arms in the name of his comrade-in-arms. He also said: human life is limited, and I will devote my limited life to serving the people infinitely! You must have guessed who he is? On! He is Lei Feng. Lei Feng, formerly known as Lei Zhengxing, was born in 1940 in a poor peasant family in Wangcheng county, Hunan province. My father was once the captain of self-defense, and then was beaten to death by Kuomintang and Japanese Army. Mother Zhang Yuanhuang was insulted by landlords and hanged herself on the mid-autumn night in 1947. What an unfortunate thing! Both parents died, and little Lei Feng, less than 7 years old, became an orphan from then on. Fortunately, the kind sixth uncle and grandmother adopted him. Lei Feng looked at the rich man’s children wearing red and green every day, but he was not greedy; He was not greedy even when he watched the rich man’s children eating fish and meat every day. But he saw the children of the rich could go to school with small schoolbags every day. When the sound of reading came from the school, how much he hoped to go to school! But his family was very poor and had no money for him to go to school. He had to go up the mountain and cut firewood. When the People’s Government learned about this matter, it helped him to go to school, and his wish finally came true! Every day, he studied hard. At night, there was no light, and he could only read by a Little Moonlight. Such a learning environment did not defeat Lei Feng. He still ranked first in the class. Thinking about the life at that time, how much we should cherish the life now! How happy it is to have no worries about food and clothing, stretch out your hands, open your mouth after meals, have classes in the clean classroom every day, and write under the bright light! One day in May of 1996, Lei Feng went to Dandong on business. At the railway station, he saw a sister-in-law carrying a child and holding a girl of six or seven years old in her hand. It was drizzling, and they didn’t bring umbrellas. Lei Feng hurried to buy a ticket for his sister-in-law. Knowing that my sister-in-law and her children hadn’t had breakfast in the car, she gave them all the three steamed buns she brought. Lei Feng was so happy to help others. Chairman Mao said: Lei Feng traveled a thousand miles on a business trip and made a train of good deeds. It’s really good, we must learn from Lei Feng! [Editor in charge: Yuehua]] Like (prose editor: prose online) the 30th year of my WeChat era The year before last, my eunuch planned to buy a smartphone for him on his birthday. The main purpose was to teach them how to play WeChat, and let them… Comments on the Chinese version of “worry-free grocery store” Everyone moves towards a better life through his own efforts. The answer to the consultation letter is just encouraging an existing… An emotional diary of a Christian (January 14, 2018) January 14, 2018: Today, the temperature in Wujiang is relatively warm, not as cold as a few days ago. Yesterday and Today, Wu Jiang’s… Be a person who never stops growing up Teacher Lily coughed with a strong nasal tone when she was in yoga class. Maybe it’s uncomfortable, she has less demonstration action today,… An emotional diary of a Christian (January 13, 2018) January 13, 2018: Yesterday, my sister and nephew Little David didn’t come to the Dongwan village of jinjiaba where my mother and I stayed temporarily,… An emotional diary of a Christian (January 12, 2018) January 12, 2018: The day before yesterday, I said, “my mother will go to Kunshan tomorrow.” However, yesterday, my mother did not go to Kunshan…