My favorite fable is "pluck the young and encourage the young".
In this story, my favorite sentence is "one day, two days, three days The seedlings seem to have no sign of growing up at all. I like this sentence because it tells us that the seedlings can grow not in one or two days, but in sunshine and rain. Instead of pulling the seedlings with external force, they can look taller. If we do this, in fact, all of them will wither away, and we have wasted our efforts.
Every time I see this sentence, I always think of my homework. When I do my homework, whenever I encounter a problem or a word that I can't write, I always don't look it up in the dictionary or read a book. Instead, I run to ask Mom and Dad until I get them angry. Every time I see them lose their temper, I feel very sad. I always think that when I do my homework in the future, I should be careful, look up more dictionaries and use more brains, but I can never change this bad habit.
In fact, homework is the same as planting seedlings, we should not be impatient, we should do it slowly. From today on, I must pull out the two bad habits of impatience and laziness from me and become a obedient and sensible daughter!