There are many qualities that make up a good neighbor, but the most essential of these are friendliness, helpfulness, and being considerate. A good neighbor must be friendly so that you can establish good relations with him or her, while being helpful makes the neighbor much more of an aid in everyday life. Finally, being considerate makes a neighbor much more pleasant to live next to, as an over-friendly and over-helpful neighbor who doesn’t consider your circumstances is rather unhelpful.
A friendly neighbor who is horribly inept is still not very much help. While friendliness is essential, simple good-will is not enough to make a good neighbor. If you suffered from some natural disaster, or some accident, a helpful neighbor would be able to do more things than a neighbor who was concerned, but unable to help. For example, if your car wouldn’t start, imagine your neighbor didn’t know how to use the jumper cables. Despite good intentions, your neighbor might end up harming you or your vehicle. A capable and friendly neighbor who could help you with many things that you might have trouble doing alone would be of far greater help.
Of course, while friendliness and capabilities are important, without a mutual understanding and consideration, any neighbor can be horribly frustrating. In the modern world, where your neighbor could be of a completely different culture, understanding and consideration are very important. Imagine a neighbor who happens to be a five star chef invites you over for dinner. Though he certainly has the appropriate talents for cooking, and the good will to invite you over, if he failed to consider your culture or personal preferences, you might not example the meal at all. For example, if you were Jewish and followed your religious limitations on foods, you wouldn’t be able to eat many different kinds of foods. Thus, without consideration for your culture and situation, all of the good-will your neighbor might bring would be useless.
Any good neighbor will be a good friend, someone you feel comfortable inviting to your house, eating dinner with, and taking care of your house if you are gone. None of these things would be possible if your neighbor only minded his or her own business and didn’t bother to go to neighborhood activities. Though this neighbor might not be trouble, he or she certainly wouldn’t be very much fun to live next to, as you might as well not have a neighbor at all. A friendly neighbor can make the neighborhood far more inviting and fun; imagine a neighborhood where none of your neighbors invited you to neighborhood activities and left you completely alone. This neighborhood would certainly seem less interesting compared with a neighborhood where your neighbor greeted you when you arrived and invited you to some neighborhood activities.
I strongly support the idea of outer space exploration for it may benefit humans not only in the present but also in the future. By exploring the outer space, governments should join their hands to take advantage of the latest technology and skills in various fields to guarantee the success of the program, ensuring the returning of the priceless equipment and especially precious lives of the astronauts, thus intensifying the cooperation of different countries in the world. ---因果论证
And at the same time, the achievement of the outer space exploration program may surely contribute to the wellbeing of our offspring in many ways. Our children and grandchildren may have more living space and will no longer suffer the amazing population density of the earth and they may live in another satellite one day. In addition, the advanced technology in communications and remote control developed in the outer space exploration program are sure to become popularly used in the future life. ----举例论证
As can be seen from the above analysis, the advantages of carrying out the outer space exploration are obvious and allow us no excuse to vote against it.
People who live in a small town often have a much comfortable life style. Most of them do not have to suffer high working stress. Although the average pay is much less than that of big cities, the price of daily necessities, such as vegetables or meat, is usually less expensive. Instead of suffering loneliness which is prevalent in big cities, children might grow up more healthily because of harmonious relationship among residents in a small town. People in a small town don’t have to get up so early in the morning because there has been no traffic jam, and nobody drives so fast in a small town as to cause car accidents which are commonly seen in almost every street in big cities. They might have fewer channels in television, but they have more friends readily available to chat or entertain with.