If you learn to turn the heart over, you will be much more at ease.
the way a person looks at things determines the height of his life.
the four rules of doing things of the ancients:
important things should be quiet, urgent things should be slow, difficult things should be changed, and bad things should be far away.
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keep quiet about big things
Weng Tonghe, an imperial division of the three dynasties of the Qing Dynasty, once wrote a famous couplet: "there is stillness in every great event, but there is no ancient sage in the present."
Jingjing is a kind of great wisdom that does not disturb in the face of danger.
the ancients paid attention to "Mount Tai collapsed in front of him without changing his face".
jade "forbidden" was worn on ancient clothes.
keep quiet while walking and don't let the jade ornaments make a sound.
remind people to be "quiet" at all times.
there is a saying in the University: "quiet and then you can be safe, and then you can worry, and then you can get it."
A person can only be thoughtful if he is calm in body and mind, and gain if he is thoughtful.
We often say that "wisdom comes from haste", which is actually a misunderstanding.
most people can only be "foolish in haste", but in most cases it is "quiet" that leads to "wisdom".
at present, only when you are calm can you take your time.
put aside the disturbances of the outside world and listen to your inner voice.
urgent matters should be delayed
Zeng Guofan said: "things are often wrong because they are busy, and they are more leisurely."
some people are always eager to get things done, thinking that as long as they are fast enough, they can get things done.
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on the contrary, if you do something in a hurry, it is easy to make mistakes in panic.
calm down and take your time. It seems that progress has been delayed, but the result will be more satisfactory.
as the ancients said: things change when things are urgent, and things are round when things are slow.
the busier life is, the more calm you will be.
slow down before you do anything, think twice before you act.
you must be patient enough and don't act in haste.
if you act impulsively, you will probably only regret your rashness.
maybe after a while, things will be very different.
as the saying goes: a meal should be eaten in a mouthful, and things should be done one by one.
it is better to be stable than fast.
put off the emergency for a while, calm down, and you win.
difficult things change
there is a saying in the Book of changes: "if you are poor, you will change; if you change, you will change; if you change, you will be familiar with it for a long time."
learn to be flexible when you encounter difficulties.
when things get to a certain stage, they will fall into a bottleneck.
it can only be accessible after change, and only after it can be reached for a long time.
only by breaking the status quo can we make great progress.
those who achieve great things should be far-sighted, value the results, and do not stick to the process.
if this road is blocked, then find another way; if his road is blocked, you might as well make another turn.
if you don't hit the south wall and don't look back, it will only make you break your head.
learn to be flexible in order to "overtake at the bend" on the road of life.
there is no cul-de-sac in the world, only brains that can't turn.
know how to be flexible, things may not be as difficult as you think.
Bad things are far away
as the saying goes, "if you keep breaking, you will be disturbed by it."
A bad thing in life is like a grain of sand in a shoe.
seems inconspicuous, but it consumes people's will in the invisible.
wrestling with bad things will only affect your mood and take up your own time.
even if you take advantage of the moment, you are doomed to lose in the long run.
for bad people and bad things, the wisest way is not to listen, not to ask, to ignore.
Don't worry about gains and losses because of past experiences, and don't waste time on trifles.
Don't be happy with things, don't be sad with yourself, and concentrate on it. Only then can you reap a truly rich and abundant life.
Life is only 30,000 days, and it's not worth entangling in bad things.
Don't force what you don't want to do; stay away from what you can't solve.
if you learn to turn the mind over, you will be much more at ease.