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Life is calm

Time: 2012-07-10

If life is the sea, then the desire is tide.

There is a degree of life in life. You can't live without the desire, just like the sea cannot help but the tide is a natural law. If the world has no desire, there will be no interest in anything, there will be lack of enthusiasm, lack of investment, lack of pursuit, what a pale picture of life. The key issue is how to grasp the scale of their desires. When there is a high tide and a low tide, it is advisable not to let desire spread into disasters.

There is nothing wrong with pursuing wealth and possessing money. So, how rich is rich and how much money is enough? Probably there is no fixed uniform standard. In a calm life, you must grasp the two lines of "horizontal" and "vertical" that you desire.

The so-called "horizontal" line draws a horizontal line starting from your own richness. It can be seen that there are many people above and below the horizontal line. I am inferior and better than I am, which is already a better position. Because life is the sea, waves one high and one low are purely natural, just as people's richness can never be on a horizontal line. The so-called "vertical" line draws an ascending line starting from the low point in my previous life. As this line rises, it can very clearly indicate the degree of gradually improving living standards. You should be relieved, fulfilled and satisfied.

However, many people in life don't want to do this. They never look back suddenly, do not compare with their past, but blindly climb up with others. As a result, the tide of desire only rises and never rises, and the wave by wave is higher than the wave by wave. In order to be rich and enjoyable, I will do whatever I can to treat life and others, so that the tide of desire will break the dam of reason, endanger the society, harm others, and harm ourselves.

In fact, all things in the world have their own laws, just like Chun Hua Qiu Shi cannot be violated. A wise person will let nature be rich and let the tide of desire flow up and down, never offside; a foolish person has a strong wildness of wealth and always wants the tide of desire to only rise. Never fall, never sober. People with these two mentalities have to pick fruits from the tree of life. Those who are moderate may taste some more successful sweetness, while those who are offside may experience some bitterness that is difficult to swallow.

Ancient and modern Chinese and foreign.

Moderate desire is good, excessive desire is bad. In life, the tide of desire should not be allowed to break through the dam of reason. Only in this way can less detours and less tears of remorse. Refreshing and indifferent, smiling to life is also a high level of happiness ...

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