Student Nguyen Ba Khai (Academy of Journalism and Propaganda) impressed with the speech using 7 musical notes to study and accompany Tio – Photo: HA THANH
On the morning of May 25th, at the forum “Thought, morals and style of Ho Chi Minh – values in building a contingent of young cadres and civil servants in the current period”, student Nguyen Ba Khai (Academy of Journalism) and Propaganda ) impressed by the speech using 7 musical notes to study and follow Uncle Ho.
The forum was organized by the Youth Union of Hanoi Central Agencies, within the framework of the Advanced Youth Festival following the words of Uncle Ho in 2023.
In the context of international integration, as a student of the new generation – a young generation Z, Khai shared that he practiced cultivation, learned, trained and followed Uncle Ho’s words in his own way. It’s through music.
“Taking the idea of 7 simple and rustic musical notes that are the material to create millions of beautiful songs in this world, I systematically taught Uncle Ho’s lessons and teachings deposited in each note, each note. sound” – said Khai.
Forum “Thoughts, morals and style of Ho Chi Minh – values in the construction of a contingent of young cadres and civil servants in the current period” – Photo: HA THANH
The first is the Do note written as the English word “Do”, which means to do, to work. You always remember to be diligent and hardworking in study and work, creating good values to dedicate yourself, serve the Motherland and serve the people.
Then comes the note Re in “Remember”, which means to remember, to remember about. Khai always remembered the merits of his parents’ birth, his upbringing, the meaning of a student’s respect for his teacher, the gratitude of the Fatherland’s heroes.
Next comes the E note, in “Mind” it means mind, reason, right. You think that doing anything must be with all your head, put your whole heart into the task, must be rational to deal with the work objectively and fairly. I do, I do it right, I don’t do things that are not beneficial for the collective, for the nation, for the nation.
The Fa in “Family” means family. Whatever you do, he remembers not to forget to remember and take care of his loving home.
doctor Nguyen Viet Thao – Senior Lecturer, Former Deputy Director of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics – Photo: HA THANH
The Sun in “Solution” means solution. At work and at study, faced with a difficult problem, always try to think of as many possible solutions and choose the best, most profitable and most effective solution for yourself.
Next is the A note in “Last”, which means last, until the end. Remember Uncle Ho’s words “Work must be on time, do not be late, leave early. Do it quickly and be thoughtful. Work must be done that day, do not leave it for tomorrow.” In academic activities and scientific research, one must have the will and determination to carry the work to the end and complete the objectives set.
Finally there is the B note, which sounds like the English word “See” – which means to look. After completing any work, always take the time to look back at the work done, how effective and efficient the work is, how good it is.
On the forum, Prof. Associate Dr. Nguyen Viet Thao – senior lecturer, former deputy director of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics – also suggested and guided young cadres and civil servants to study and follow Uncle Ho’s example. , constantly learning, training and cultivating the knowledge and wisdom needed for work and for the country.
Create a strong spread in studying and following uncle