Discipline is a form of breeding
In life, there are a lot of unwritten rules, are small details of life, it is rules, but can reflect a person’s quality and cultivation.
Don’t stand in the row, shake your leg!Shake a leg!Shake a leg!
When others are sleeping, they should be quiet.
Please keep quiet when watching movies, and keep your mobile phone quiet and quiet.
In the dormitory or public places, on the bus, watching videos, listening to music and playing games, please put on earphones!
On the subway, don’t lean on the rail alone. Make room for someone’s hand.
The ancients said: Taishan does not refuse the soil, it can become its high;The river does not choose a small stream, so it can be on its deep.
Education and culture are two different things, some people are very educated, but very uneducated, some people do not have too much education and knowledge, but still very educated, very measured.
Upbringing determines a person’s level of life.Good manners are never accomplished at one move. It is not mere politeness, but the accumulation of culture and the formation of habits.
Good manners are the foundation of education.
A rule is a principle
“The heart is like a rule, the will like a ruler, calm as water, upright as a rope.”
Only when a person has principles and rules can he/she be at peace with himself/herself.
Ms. Li, a low-income family member, had a serious illness in the early years, and her husband was constantly sick, unable to engage in heavy physical labor.
The couple run a stall of just over one square meter, and make a living by buying and selling eggs, dry goods, noodles and so on.After a hard day’s work, I only earned about 50 yuan.Another child has just graduated from college and is unemployed at home.
One day, not far from the booth, she found a wallet with thousands of yuan in cash, bank CARDS and ID CARDS. She immediately contacted the owner to claim it.
The owner got the purse back and thanked her by pulling a wad of money out of the bag.
But she averred, “It’s a little thing, it’s nothing;Besides, if I want your money, I might as well not pay you back the money I found.That’s why I can’t have it. I’m sorry I took your money.”
Mencius said, ‘You are worthy of the heavens; they are not of the earth.’
A man may have a reputation for sticking to his principles in good times, but he still sticks to them in bad times, and that is true goodness.
Principles are not inhumanity or hostility to the outside world, but a person’s own norms.
Only by keeping the principle can we keep the peace of mind.
Rules are the bottom line
Man has his boundary as well as his bottom line.
The realm gives people a bright future and hope, and the bottom line is the basic guarantee for people’s survival.
Yi Zhongtian believes that the bottom line is more important than the boundary.A person without boundary, at best a little bad, but no bottom line will be a big problem.
“I don’t really have boundaries,” he says of himself. “But I do have boundaries. I’m a bottom-line ist.”
A person, without the bottom line, what dare to do.A society, without the bottom line, anything will happen.
Mencius said, ‘If a man does something, then he can do something.’
Tao Yuanming, the first pastoral poet in China, was brilliant, but he lingered between office and farming, and then simply retired to his pastoral life.
It all stems from his unwillingness to push his own boundaries.
Tao Yuanming was honest and honest. He never attached himself to dignitaries and never flattered them.
Instead, I choose to stick to my principles all my life and devote my talent to poetry, leaving a lasting legacy.
Keeping the bottom line is not only in how much you do, but also in knowing what not to do.
Discipline is a kind of personality
Moral character is the highest degree, the unity of virtue and talent is the real wisdom, the real talent.
Virtue is better than talent, and quality is better than money.
A few years ago, Bai heard a true story when he was interviewing Ji Xianlin.
One autumn, when the new semester of Peking University began, a student from other places walked into the campus with bags and bags on his back. He was so tired that he put his bags on the roadside.
At that moment, an old man came along, so the young student asked the old man to look after his bag for him, while he went to handle all kinds of formalities lightly.
The old man readily agreed.
Nearly an hour later, the student returned, and the old man was still watching dutifully.
After thanking the old man, they parted.
A few days later, at the opening ceremony of Peking University, the young student was surprised to find that ji Xianlin, the vice President of Peking University, was the old man looking after his luggage on that day.
Bai Yansong sighed:
“I don’t know how the student felt at the time, but after I heard the story, I felt strongly that character is the highest degree.”
What you are as a person determines how high you will go in life.
Behave, conduct nature is correct, even if the road is narrow, but also can walk more and more wide.
On the contrary, those who are bent on taking shortcuts will end up in their own scheming sooner or later.
Those who ignore rules are doomed to go nowhere.