Idol-worshiping is very popular among youngest and different people have different attitudes towards their idols. Some youngest imitate their idols’ everything while others just like listening their music or watching their showing. As far as I am concerned, we should avoid blind worship and learn to worship our idols rationally.
Some people imitate their idols everything, never miss a vocal concert of their idols and regard their idols as the most important people. Their blind worship should not be advocated because it is easy to lead to extreme behavior.
In my opinion, concerning our idols, we should not only pay attention to their appearance or their achievements, but also their effort and their failure. As the saying goes, “One minute on stage takes ten years of practice.” We should learn something from our idols’ dilig癫痫病吃什么药最好?ence and persistence. All achievements of stars come from their effort and sweat instead of their luckiness or their family background only. In addition, our idols are also ordinary people. As the result, they would make mistakes too. As rational fans, we should admire their achievements but also acknowledge their mistakes.
Thus, we should not worship our idols blindly and be crazy after them. We should learn something good from them.