ROSE: be careful in our life

 There is a strange thing that I heard from my friends, a plane fly on the air and lost a lot of rose zulie on the land. It is be found by some of the college students, and they picked them up and then use them to play the game. Several days later, this zone come some people say that they are come here to find the Rose zuly back. They say it is their faults that lost some of the game gold which are belong to a company. They lost some of them and if they cannot find them, they will be fined by their company. Then someone says he has see that some college students have pick them home and use them to play the game online. They seem nervous at that moment, but soon they ask him to the college and in order to get them back. But when they find those people, they are disappoint, because the students have use up the rose online zuly they picked from the ground, only a few of the students do not use the game gold who do not know what it is. At last, they all go with a sad mood, and have no idea to solve it. From this event, I understand a thing, which is sometimes we make a fault, it can recover. But sometimes we make a fault in an accident, we can never recover it. So before we make a decision, we should take a careful consideration. If we make a wrong decision, we sometimes can never recover when we find that it may lead to a bad result, just as the rose online zulie happened in that person. It is a small fault, maybe it is not their fault, just the plane, and they should responsible for the result, maybe be fined, maybe be fired and so on. So we should be careful when in life.

Considering this, I hope everyone in the world can reduce the fault we make, I know it is impossible for us to never make any fault, we only need to try to be careful and do not offend someone besides us. In my opinion, I only want my life be safe and quiet. I do not want to live in a not quiet or the life that I need to worried about anything. But sometimes I will buy some Arua ROSE zuly to have an adventure, it is just online. So I can.

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