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敬爱的党组织:
在2010年3月28日,是我第一次以大学生的身份参加了党校的第一次课程。从2009年10月递交入党申请书那一刻,我便对加入中国共产党充满了期待。经过九次的党课,让我抛弃了过去对党的肤浅认识,重新深入了解中国共产党,我感到受益匪浅。
虽然只是维持短短的一个月党课,我觉得在每次将近两个小时的党课中,我从各位老师和教授身上学习到中国共产党最重要和最精辟的东西。每一次上课,老师们的讲课内容重点突出,联系实际生动形象地为我们这些即将成为入党积极分子的大学生讲解党的点点滴滴。这几次党课,我们跟着教授老师们一次学习了“党的光辉历程与当代大学生的使命”,“党的组织原则和纪律”“党性修养和争取入党”“党员条件和发展党员”“党的义务和权利”“十七届四中全会精神学习辅导报告”“坚定共产主义理想信念”和“党的性质,宗旨和指导思想”。每一个话题,在我看来,在客观方面无不体现着党的发展和党的存在价值;而在主观方面则体现中国共产党的长期存在对于我们每一个人理想的树立和信念的形成等等。因此从长远来说,积极靠拢共产党组织,学习党的历史,当下和未来的发展,对于我们形成正确的人生观,价值观和世界观具有举足轻重的意义。当然,从递交入党申请书那一刻器,我便意识到在一步一步靠近党组织的过程中,我将遇到许许多多思想上前所未有的考验和挑战。加入党组织并不是一天两天的事情便可以顺利完成的,我明白自己需要通过各方面的努力来帮助加入共组织,成为一个名副其实的党员,而不仅仅是一个荣誉称号。中国共产党是严肃的党,在决定成为其中一员之前需要我们下定决心端正自身的思想态度,否则,只会被党组织排斥或者视为异端。
在学习了党课后,我重新纠正了过去许多不足的政治思想,让我不知不觉中对于理想,信念,党性修养,党的建设,入党动机等方面的问题有了一种新的认识和思考。突然意识到,党组织在让我们正式成为党员之前所做的各种准备是十分必要的,我们必须从最基本的地方学习和改正,这有利于我们日后在组织内更好地学习和合作。共产党党,在我一开始看来虽然是自己想要志愿加入的,但是我并没有认识到入党动机在共产党一切事务的运作面前也是一个不可忽视的话题。我承认我是抱着这样的动机的:想到许多用人单位“党员优先”做法,也有公务员招考中共产党员身份的优势。在大学生就业形势严峻的情况下,我最初的的确确是抱着一种党员资本的心态入党的,并没有考虑太多日后身为党员需要履行的种种义务。然而,在上了党课听了关于合格党员的要求时,看到“树立正确入党动机”字眼,我恍然大悟,想不到入党动机也会如此严肃提出。全心全意为人民服务,为了实现共产主义——这是正确的入党动机。可是这对于我那肤浅的想法相差多远,特别地在四月份的青海玉树地震发生后,青海省委迅速组织动员全省各级党组织和党员干部投入抗震救灾工作。为使共产党员成为抗震救灾的生力军和攻坚克难的骨干力量,各地在组建抢险救援队伍时,挑选能力强、业务精、作风硬的党员组建“党员突击队”、“党员先锋队”。 4月19日,银川市组织“向青海玉树地震灾区群众送温暖献爱心”自愿捐助活动,市领导崔波、孙荣山、王儒贵、洪梅香等率先捐款,机关党员积极响应,现场共有665名党员捐款303586.6元。原来,在国家面临重大事件面前,很多时候都需要党员站在最前线的,积极的为人民做出最大的支持。而不是置身之外,只想享受权利或者将“党员”作为一种工作资本。党员,就是要为广大人民服务。哪怕我们不需要通过流血牺牲,也要付诸行动才不愧党员身份。对于现在自己,我立志从以下方面端正入党动机:1.认真学习马克是主义理论,邓小平理论,三个代表重要思想和科学发展观,努力学习各种社会科学知识,关心国家当前发生的各种事情,小到身边,大到国家的各种重大决议等,要时时刻刻关注社会发展;2.实践也是十分重要的,比如积极参与党组织内举行的各种活动,在活动中学习党组织的有关内容,并不断在认识和实践中循环,积累理论知识和经验;3.要不断克服不正确的入党动机,比如将党组织作为谋生的手段等等,不受异端分子灌输危害党组织的影响,用正确的入党动机纠正不正确的入党动机。…...

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