Provided that our human society intends to acquire and enjoy long-time prosperity, it is advisable for humans to maintain their innovative minds.
Living in an era of information, we are using a variety of technological products, which were based on innovative ideas, such as digital cameras, portable computers and smart phones. These creative inventions bring us great convenience, arouse our enthusiasm for future life, and help our society to move forward. As a matter of fact, wise people in large numbers have recognized the significance of innovation for our social development: without innovation, industries can never be modernized; without innovation, our medical science can never cure so many fatal diseases, and without innovation, there would be no electronic products we use today.
We should bear in mind that innovation does enhance the social, scientific and cultural advancement. Thus, students in schools should be educated to think critically to foster their sense of innovative; scientists should be supported with financial aid to propose innovative ideas and carry out innovative research. Of course, as a college student, I am convinced that it is of great necessity for students to propose innovative approaches to enhance their efficiency of learning.
"I have no special talents, I am only passionately curious." This is a simple but enlightening remark on curiosity by Albert Einstein. The profound meaning lying in this saying persuades us that untiring curiosity is the engine which drives both our study and future career.
Firstly, curiosity towards knowledge, without a doubt, is the stepping stone which enriches learners' minds, enhances their learning efficiency, ensures more fruitful results, and enables them to go further on the way of education. A typical case of the problem is that once trapped by passing exams with only "correct answers" from textbooks, youngsters would gradually lose the motivation of truth-seeking.
Meanwhile, one's career can be compared to building his or her own skyscraper. If talent constructs the base of the skyscraper, passionate curiosity makes the build taller and firmer. Indeed, no one could survive and prosper without curiosity. To be specific, without curiosity, a new employee is prone to confine himself to low efficiency, poor abilities, and narrow-mindedness.
All in all, curiosity lays a solid foundation for students' academic success, as well as for them to be qualified competitors in the future. Only when curiosity and talents worked together can the young gain life-long benefits from education and work.