Topics: People's Republic of China, People's Republic, Thrift Pages: 1 (408 words) Published: May 28, 2013
Be diligent and thrifty

Thrift urgency is the compelling or requiring immediate action or attention or attention. It can be described as providence or the economy. Thrifting, in my opinion, is when someone uses their money wisely and not wastefully. Diligent is describing a person who appreciates all of one’s works and duties. To be diligent and thrift, one has to be appreciative of others and use their money wisely. What does it mean to be diligent and thrifty in a provocative collection of essays? Immanuel Wallerstein, the senior researcher in Yale University, asserts that “the world as we know it” is rapidly ending. The good resources found in the earth becomes less and less. Some resources as we know, like oil and minerals, can’t be recycled. All resources are more and more expensive. The price of gas is the most obvious example. However, for students and the younger age groups, gas is not a problem right now because they do not own a car. Students are more focused on renting a place to stay in order to attend school. Comparing the value of the houses now and the value of it in ten years, there is about a five times difference in price for renting a same exact house. Nowadays, some local People's Congress and The Political Consultative Conference implement the central government policy that to be diligent and thrifty which is one of eight basic state polices. In the “two meetings” in Hunan Province this year, they canceled activities of donating souvenirs, taking part in entertainment venue, and so on. The first President of the People's Republic of China, President Mao is absolutely a diligent and thrifty man. When President Mao was invited to a meal, he dropped a grain of rice down the table. He then just picked it up and ate it without listening to others dissuade him. How do students become diligent and thrifty? Students do not have to think about the way to protect and recycle resources because these are professionals’ responsibilities....
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