子曰：“小人欲讷于言而敏于行”。 判别一团体，要 “ 听其言而观其行”，言行是我们涵养本身美德的紧张内容和途径。
Dear teachers and schoolmates:
Good morning! Today our topic is Regulate our words and deeds, beautify our spirit.
Along with the majestic National Anthem, we ushered in a new week. My fellow students, I want to ask you some questions. Did you salute the national flag solemnly during the ceremony? Did you sing the national anthem with great respect? Will you interrupt others freely in class when they are talking or learning? Will you spit or throw rubbish on campus when there’s no one nearby? Will you apologize sincerely when you do something wrong in your life? Some students may wonder why I ask so. As the saying goes, No good deed is too small. Our words and behavior, just as a mirror, can reflect our spirit at any time.
Nothing can be accomplished without norms or standards. Therefore, as a student, we’re supposed to observe the Code of the Daily Behavior for Middle School Students, which can lead us to be more outstanding students of Zhengzhou Foreign Language Middle School.
Although the sports meeting has come to an end and become our precious memory, the plastic bottles and soda bottles, which can be seen everywhere on the running track, make me very sad. Confucius once said, The gentleman is hesitant in speech but sharp in action. To judge a person, we should listen to what he says and observe what he does, which is an important way of improving our own virtue. As a student of Zhengzhou Foreign Language Middle School, it is a basic requirement for us to have good manners. Smile with our heart when meeting someone on the way. Give our schoolmates a hand when they’re in trouble. Treat others kindly when dealing with them. Greet out teachers warmly when meeting them. Apologize immediately when bumping into others accidentally. Pick up rubbish on the playground when seeing it. Keep slow, soft and right when using the staircase. Get along well with our classmates at school. Our words and behavior can reveal our character and accomplishments. Thus, say civilized words, do civilized things and be civilized person.
Of course, to develop good habits and become a civilized person, we not only need our teachers’ guidance and help, but also should be strict with ourselves. “Sow an action, you’ll harvest a habit. Sow a habit, you’ll harvest a character. Sow a character, you’ll harvest a destiny.” Let’s take action from trifles and start from today, love studying and labor, pay attention to hygiene, protect the environment and be polite. Let’s use more standard words and deeds to purify our campus and beautify our spirit.
That’s all. Thank you for your listening!