What are the rules?
Rules are a kind of existence.
The laws of nature are rules — the cycle of seasons, the evolution of species, the five movements and the six qi, all follow some kind of natural law, and you have to obey it. It’s a reverence for the rules of nature.
Social customs are rules — behavior habits, life ethics, including all kinds of conventional “old rules”. This, you also have to not violate the rules that restrain you to do things, which is the basic bottom line of comfortable rules for you to live in this world.
Rules and regulations are rules — laws and regulations, organizational discipline, village rules and regulations. You must also abide by them. They are the high-tension line of social rules that cannot be easily touched.
“Han Feizi · Jie Lao” yun: “Everything has its rules.”
Rules are indispensable to one’s life, to communicate with others and to cultivate one’s morality.
Know the rules, keep the rules, to keep life.
Rules, is a kind of discretion
As a Chinese saying goes, fish smell after three days, and visitors smell after three days.
To savor, very interesting, but also very philosophical.
When you make a dish, it smells good, but if you leave it for a few days, it stinks.To be a guest in other people’s homes, at first people are very happy, live for a long time, will be annoying.
This is saying: Don’t overdo it.
To paraphrase Confucius, it is better to go too far.
Overdoing something and underdoing it are the same thing.
As the old saying goes, “There is no such thing as a husband.”
It’s not just their intelligence and hard work that makes them successful, it’s their insight into human nature, their understanding of what’s appropriate, what’s not, what’s not, what’s not, what’s not, what’s not, what’s not, in a word, what’s not.
Mr. Zhou Guoping said, “The sense of proportion is a sign of mature love. Interpersonal communication knows to observe the necessary distance between people.”
People who have a sense of proportion, say things properly, leave room for things, let a person feel friendly but not lose respect, comfortable but not alienated, to a kind of “light makeup always appropriate” state.