Throughout the ages, setbacks follow us like a tail. From the setback of King Jingke's assassination to the setback of Deng Xiaoping's three ups and downs, from the setback of Edison's invention of the electric lamp to the setback of Einstein's theory of relativity, I can't help being confused by the setback and thinking about it. Now writing "four questions about setbacks" is my reflection on setbacks.
First question: what is frustration?
Looking up the modern Chinese dictionary, we can see that "frustration" means failure in disguise. But the difference is that frustration is the mountain in the eyes of the weak, the sand in the eyes of the strong, the reason for the coward to escape, and the ladder for the strong fighter. Setbacks have different meanings in different people's eyes.
The second question: does frustration really exist?
Setbacks certainly exist. The bigger a person is, the more difficult it seems to face setbacks. Adults say: where will children know about setbacks? In fact, it is not, just like children playing at home, frustration in the eyes of children is transparent. The children said: it's a setback that parents don't buy toys. It's a setback to be beaten again when they fight home. Sometimes I ask myself: do setbacks really exist? After the day and night, the flowers bloom and fade, I understand the existence of setbacks. It exists in the failure of my exam, in the incomprehension of my parents, in the rupture of my friendship.
The third question: where is the boundary between frustration and success?
Frustration and success are only in the first line. How else would Einstein say: I like setbacks, it is my road to success. Looking at ancient and modern celebrities or giants, which one is not behind the success of setbacks in the foreshadowing? Edison experienced setbacks and invented electric light. Madame Curie experienced setbacks one after another before finding radium element. The reason why they succeed is that they dare to face setbacks and challenge them.
The fourth question: what does frustration give me?
Reading the above materials, I think I have a new understanding and understanding of setbacks, that is: the process of frustration is often the process of getting real knowledge. Through the rugged path, we can truly appreciate the joy of life; through the vast fog, we can deeply feel the sunshine. Without wind and rain, how can we see a rainbow
Qu Yuan once wrote "nine questions", and today I wrote "nine questions of setbacks" which pointed out the direction of my life. I have learned what setbacks are, and I will never be afraid of them again. I have learned the true meaning of setbacks - to get true knowledge. Finally, I would like to say that the road is tortuous, but the future is bright.