Writing Everyday: The Legend of Nezha reviewing

One of the movies I watched recently that left me with the deepest impression is probably The Legend of Nezha. The film is based on a fairly old storyline that we are very familiar with: the God of Wind Table. The characters throughout their childhood with all sorts of movies and pre-production such as Li Jing, Na Tra, Jiang Zi Jiang, Shen Gong Bao, Ngao Binh were directed by the director Gao Gao again – this time in a play. New version is much more.
This drama is partly impressive because I went to see it twice, once with my mother and once with my sister on the brothers’ birthday. Fortunately, the movie is now available on new movies and youtube, you can download to watch the anti-epidemic season at home.

Regarding the short story, based on the deity table, the two main characters of the movie Na Tra and Ngao Binh which are two parts of Yin and Yang of a jewel, due to absorbing the huge energy of the universe. So, Theravada has split it into two parts, one part good and one bad part, the next part is followed by some classic scriptings that we are all familiar with: the good part is not good, the part is good. Bad is not necessarily bad, bad is mixed and of course an animated film will have a really happy ending. Want to know how specific, invite you to watch the movie.
Some of the lessons I learned from this movie are what I want to share:
– Firstly, ultimately, what role do we have in a project, an office or, more broadly, the mission of the company, we do not know ourselves. In the film, Theravada Thien Ton is the one who arranges everything, Khuong Tu Nha, Than Cong Bao, Na Tra, Ngao Binh are the ones who carry out the mission, the characters there no matter what they do, they are also serving for that mission. It is the people who are carrying out their mission that they do not know what the final effect of the work they are doing is. Perhaps Jiang Zemin is not the only custodian of Na Tra, Than Cong Bao does not just steal eggs containing Clam Binh. The resurrection of Na Tra and Ngao Binh after the great battle was still arranged later. They will also be present in other incidents if everyone has read Feng Shui and Journey to the West. So it is the same for people, it is to have a total and long view, to set a person, to foster a person, to be unable to see what they are in front of and to have a plan to cultivate them the skills needed until it’s time for me to use it.
– Second class means this is probably quite a lot of people realize, that is something the whole society thinks is not up to the standards of society, it is not sure that it is wrong. Whether or not we consider it right or not is based on the last Good – Evil standard. The look of society, sometimes it’s not worth our attention. If you want to be a good person – then no matter how oppressive and oppressive the situation is, do what a good person should do.
– Thirdly, help a person, most likely they or their loved ones will come back to hate, betray and revenge us. Be prepared to test our innocence before trying to help someone do something offline.
And finally, no matter how bad you are, you just need to be determined to do good things – no one can stop it. Like every happy ending, I believe that the Good is enduring, the extinction is not extinguished, neither killing nor dying, Evil is fragile and easily dispersed.

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