This article was actually written on Wednesday. But because I was busy that day, I didn't publish it.
The following is the original text :
Two hours earlier, I left the dorm to go to the computer room for class.
It's worth mentioning that my dormitory is on the sixth floor and I realized that I had forgotten my umbrella when I got to the fourth floor.
But I saw a classmate then and want to share an umbrella with him.
As a classmate, he is willing to help me.
But after the event, I had cognitive dissonance.
Now I think I should have gone back to my dormitory to get my umbrella.After all, I only got to the fourth floor and can be settled very quickly.
In the traditional "humanized" society of China , we have been asked by education to be willing to help others since the childhood. In our Chinese cognition, it is natural to trouble others and be troubled by others. However, to trouble others also means to bring unnecessary trouble to others. Everyone has their own schedule, hasty interruption, unreasonable request, really good?