TPO20 Let It Burn
总观点：Let It Burn不灭火政策应该被取代，因为它会造成3种危害，以黄石公园大火为例：
One of my greatest regret is that I gave up learning the piano during my college years. At that time, I often felt exhausted when trying to juggle study and music, gradually losing the patience and fervor to devote myself into piano practicing. Thus, compared with sport and work experience, I would choose learning to play a musical instrument as my suggestion for those younger students.
First and foremost, learning to play a music instrument helps young students shape their character. Generally those immature students aged from 14 to 18 are still shaping their attitudes and values. In their formative period, minors are the most susceptible to what they are exposed to. If students are allowed to spend their spare time in learning the piano or cello, they would be immersed in the wonderland of music, which, as a consensus, is a catalyst for emotional development. Just as students who are addicted to violent computer games will show tendencies to harm people nearby, students who are fascinated by music will display their sensibility. Some young learners will learn to be more considerate along with a long-term musical journey. Hardly can playing basketball or swimming provide youngsters with this enlightenment.
Moreover, playing music is conducive to enlarging social network. To be specific, piano or guitar players usually win other people's respect and recognition through their performances, especially ingenious improvisation. Then they will attract a myriad of fans. This glamour can account for the popularity of many celebrities or stars such as the pianist Lang Lang in China. Opponents might claim that the mastery of a musical instrument is not the only means to win admiration and proficiency in playing sports can also achieve the same result. Many NBA athletes are good examples. However, a majority of schools will offer daily or weekly sports classes, which means students can learn how to play a sport in campus instead of on days off school.
Finally, it is probably too early for teenagers to accumulate work experience. As is known to all, teenagers often subject themselves to some simple part-time jobs if they cannot prove they are as competent as adults. Those employers will only consider assigning repetitive and meaningless tasks to part-timers. Imagine a 15-ear-old boy mowing in his neighbor's garden. What work experience will he obtain? Will he truly find this job helpful in his future career path? With respect to voluntary work in communities, it is also not suitable for young students to engage in unless they are supervised or guided by adults because accidents may happen. Unskillful boys and girls might get injured when cooking or cleaning for the seniors in the same community.
To conclude, learning playing musical instruments not only helps mold youngsters' character, but also contributes to their social life. Therefore, it is advisable for young students to learn playing a musical instrument during their free time.