The Chinese noun "sound" can be divided into "voice" and "sound" in English. "voice" refers to the sound made by people when they speak or sing, and the sound "other than human voice" is "sound". Whether it is human speech or other voices, "voice" is an important medium for connecting with others, and it is also one of the important senses. A world without sound is quiet, but it is also somewhat lonely. Rachel Carson, an American marine biologist, published "Silent Spring" in 1962, talking about the results of environmental pollution and ecological havoc.
Caused by the extensive use of pesticides by humans in order to facilitate industrial agricultural production , so that we can no longer hear the chirping photo background removing of insects and birds, and the dead silence in the spring that should have been full of vitality. This book talks about nature that has lost its "voice", awakening everyone, and prompting the public to start a discussion and dialogue about the overuse of pesticides and environmental pollution. The United States also banned the use of DDT in agriculture in 1972. The voices that people care about make nature regain the sound it should have.
I remember asking myself when I was in middle school what was essential in my life. At that time, I thought about it for a while, and chose three things that I felt absolutely indispensable: the bed, the radio, and the book. In my life at that time, apart from going to school, I basically spent the rest of my life lying in bed listening to music and reading miscellaneous books; it was an era when there were no mobile phones, not to mention the Internet and smartphones, and the radio could be used to listen to the radio. , can also be used to listen to music from cassette tapes or CDs (oops, accidentally exposed my age). Lying on a comfortable bed, with books and music, I was able to connect with the outside world. During those long and lonely years of youth, it gave me a rope of life, and I was able to connect with the motivation