发布时间：2020-12-28 责任编辑：管理员 点击次数：103
Confucius said, "When you see a man of virtue, look at him for inspiration; when you see a man of virtue, look at yourself." As the name suggests, when you see a wise man, you should learn from him and look up to him. When you see someone, who is inferior to you, you should reflect on your own shortcomings and correct them carefully. At the same time, you should draw lessons from others' mistakes and avoid repeating others' mistakes.
Confucius said, "If you want to make achievement, you will achieve yourself; if you want to achieve success, you will become master." It is a lofty realm of life as well as a solemn social responsibility, in line with the traditional virtue of Chinese intellectuals of "benefiting the whole world by yourself". Only by doing this can we realize the harmony between ourselves and others, individuals and society.
When you open the history books and shuttle back and forth in the tunnel of time, the time withered. How many spring flowers autumn moon denuded! However, in the long history, I saw a tall and clear figure; I feel that there is a spirit illuminating the direction of history, that is the eternal pursuit of value of the Chinese nation. It is because those ancestors saw the wise and made their own masters that the wheel of history could roll forward.
First of all, "seeing the wise and thinking about the wise" clearly points out the measurement of our daily progress. "Introspection seen from the wise " is a constant wake-up call for you. This sentence not only gives people a spur to make progress, but also shows the spirit of defiance and courage to keep up with the strong. At the same time, it also teaches people to behave in a low-key manner, always be careful, not to speak too much, or to do risky action. In fact, this is the essence of traditional Chinese thought, that means to be soft in the world see the firm in the soft, neither to be humble nor arrogant, to pursue unremitting self-improvement!
Secondly, the philosophy of "achieve yourself" tells us that only when a man achieve himself first, can he benefit others. It is also true for one community, one nation and even one people.
It is under the inspiration of this traditional spirit that countless ancient sages pursued their dreams for a few decades, practiced penance in their lives and traveled through the ages. Today, we should inherit and carry forward this spirit and give it a new connotation of new times. This is to maintain the spirit of self-deprecation, a state of self-confidence, a sense of self-discipline and the courage to self-reproach, and to discard shame, learn from the honored and make innovations with a selfless and open-minded attitude.