The cause and effect of good and evil are interchangeable.
there are good and evil at both ends of human nature, and cause and effect at both ends of things.
where there is an effect, there must be a cause.
cause and effect is everywhere in life, and everything you do and say involves cause and effect.
good is rewarded with good, evil is rewarded with evil, karma is reincarnated, and truth is true.
Evil cause and effect
deceive others = hurt yourself
deceiving others may not be discovered for a while, but over a long period of time, when a lie is found out, it will hurt you in the end.
at the time of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, there was a scholar named Ji Da, who was skillful in speech and good at boasting, and the fake was the same as the real one.
Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty believed that he not only attached importance to him, but also promised him Princess Wei.
soon, however, Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty found that most of his prescriptions did not work, and he did not have any magical powers.
the angry Emperor Wu was sentenced to halve in anger.
he gained short-term prosperity through lies, all castles in the air, and paid the price of his life in the blink of an eye.
if you deceive others once, they will only suffer once. When others see through your lies, you will suffer losses for the rest of your life.
We know that the consequence of the sheep-herding child deceiving the villagers who trust him again and again is that when the wolf really comes, he tells the truth, and no one believes him.
be careful not to lie for the sake of your immediate interests. When the truth comes out, there will be nowhere to escape.
resent others = torture yourself
in ancient Greek mythology, there is a great hero named Hercules.
one day when he was walking on the bumpy mountain road, he found a bag in front of him.
so he stepped on the thing, but instead of being crushed, it expanded and doubled.
Hagrid was so angry that he picked up a thicker stick and hit it. As a result, the thing was old enough to block the road.
just then, a saint came out of the mountain and said to him:
"my friend, don't touch it, forget it, and stay away from it!
it's called a hate bag. If you don't commit it, it will be as small as it was. If you invade it, it will swell up, block your way and be hostile to you to the end! "
it is inevitable that there will be misunderstandings and frictions when walking in the world.
when someone unintentionally offends you and gets in your way, please bypass it, because the more you resent, the hate will swell, and the road will be blocked.
hate others, no harm to others, sad is their own, have been immersed in the unhappy mood brought to you by others, it is not good for yourself.
when you hold a grudge, you don't like anything but torture yourself.
break one's promise and others = cheat oneself
A man cannot stand in the world for a long time without faith. If he breaks his word, he will eventually cheat himself.
Liu Ji, a litterateur in the early Ming Dynasty, recorded such a story in his Yu Ion:
it is said that there is a businessman in Jiyin. His boat sank while crossing the river. He fell into the water and shouted for help.
A fisherman used a boat to save him, and the businessman promised:
"I'll give you 120 gold if you can save me."
but after going ashore, the businessman backed out and gave only ten taels.
the fisherman said, "you promised me 120 before."
the businessman flew into a rage and said,
"isn't it enough for you to get ten taels of gold for a fisherman?"
the fisherman blamed the businessman for being untrustworthy and left disappointed.
then one day, the businessman unfortunately capsized again.
when someone heard the sound and asked the fisherman why he didn't save people, the fisherman said, "this businessman broke his word and lied to me!"
in the end, the businessman suffered the consequences and sank into the water.
when people lose credit and really need other people's help, no one is willing to help you anymore.
Credit is a passport for people to walk in this world. A hundred taels of gold is not worth one or two credits. As a man, you must never break your promise to others.
envy others = worry about yourself
Wang Xiaobo said:
"all man's pain is essentially anger at his own incompetence."
always envy others that they are better off than themselves and never look at themselves squarely, which is punishing themselves in disguise.
when jealousy arises, all troubles come.
during the warring States period, Sun Bin and Pang Juan worshiped under Gui Guzi to learn the art of war and strategy.
fellow teachers and brothers should have been friendly and helpful, but Pang Juan didn't think so.
he knew that Sun Bin's talent was far better than himself, and jealousy made him completely forget his feelings for the same family, and his heart was full of resentment.
so he framed Sun Bin for adultery with Qi, cut off Sun Bin's feet and stabbed words in his face, humiliating him both physically and mentally.
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later, Sun Bin defected to the State of Qi and was appointed as an advisor by the King of Qi. Tian Ji, a general of the State of Qi, defeated Pang Juan twice. Pang Juanzhi was poor and died of his own throat. Before his death, he was still unwilling and scolded Sun Bin.
jealousy is a fire that a man sets in his heart and eventually burns himself to ashes.
jealousy is a barrier, it covers people's eyes, can not see farther, the vision is limited to the present, so the road becomes narrower and narrower, and finally into a desperate situation.
good cause and effect
be modest to others = open-minded
there is a saying in Cai Gentan:
"where the road is narrow, one step is left for people to walk; if the taste is strong, three points are reduced for people to eat." This is a method of bliss related to the world. "
deal with others and learn to be modestIt is a major criterion for us to walk in the world.
is recorded in the Sutra of tolerance:
Chen Xiao, a literati of the Western Han Dynasty, and Ji Bo, a villager, were neighbors. One night, Ji Bo secretly moved the fence to Chen's land to add his own land.
Chen Hao not only did not argue with him when he saw it, but also waited for Ji Bo to leave, quietly pulled up the fence, moved a foot into his land, and added the land to him.
when Gibb found out later, he was so ashamed that he automatically repaid the land he had occupied and withdrew from behind him.
give others three points, and they will give you three points in return, and the land will be lenient because of courtesy.
when dealing with people, you might as well be modest and open-minded, and many problems will be solved by people, and fighting will turn into friendship.
help others = be happy yourself
We often say that giving roses has an aftertaste of fragrance, and helping others can also bring happiness to yourself.
Wang Xizhi, a great calligrapher of the Jin Dynasty, once took a walk in the street and saw an old woman hawking with a pile of fans, shouting hoarse, and no one stopped to buy it.
Wang Xizhi felt sorry for her when he saw it, so he borrowed a pen from the shop next to her, went to the old woman and wrote words on each fan.
passers-by opened the fan and saw the words inscribed by the great calligrapher Wang Xizhi, and one after another watched and snapped up the fan, and the fan sold out instantly.
the old woman turned from grief to joy, took the money to buy rice and went home. Wang Xizhi smiled and brushed her sleeves and went away.
inscription for the fan, for Wang Xizhi, is just an effort, but for the old woman, it is a great help, related to survival.
"collecting honey from flowers is the entertainment of bees, but giving honey to bees is also the joy of flowers."
be kind, big or small, help others and be happy with yourself. Why not do it?
forgive others = be kind to yourself
Zi Gong once asked Confucius:
"teacher, is there a word that can be used as a lifelong principle?"
Confucius said, "that's probably 'forgiveness'."
"forgiveness" means tolerance, tolerance of others, and kindness to yourself.
in the Spring and Autumn period, Guan Zhong intercepted Prince Xiaobai on the way to the throne, but Prince Xiaobai not only did not die but also inherited the throne as Duke Huan of Qi.
for this "revenge with one stone", Duke Huan of Qi not only did not retaliate, but also attached importance to Guan Zhong and let him be his prime minister.
this tolerance made Guan Zhong loyal to Duke Huan of Qi and helped him defeat the heroes and achieve hegemony.
Yu Dan said:
"can put it down and put it down, be tolerant, and leave yourself a broad sky."
the sea can accommodate all rivers, because it has the capacity to accommodate, and the broad life lies in the capacity to accommodate people.
give others a tolerance, give yourself a piece of pure land, reduce unnecessary troubles, life can be more leisurely.
fulfill others = be yourself
there is a cloud in the Analects of Confucius:
"A gentleman has the beauty of adulthood, but not the evil of others."
when you are alive, you can accomplish what others have accomplished in themselves.
Ouyang Xiuhui, the literary leader of the Northern Song Dynasty, had unique eyes. After discovering Su Shi's talent, he immediately recommended Su Shi to the emperor.
Su Shi glorified the literary world of the Song Dynasty with the help of Ouyang Xiu, but Ouyang Xiu not only was not forgotten, but also was praised as an open and aboveboard model for later generations because of recommending Su Shi and others.
in Journey to the West, Sun WuKong spared no pains to escort Tang Sengxi to learn the classics. after 9981 difficulties, it finally came to fruition.
fulfilled the wish of the Tang monk, and he also achieved good results and became a struggle to defeat the Buddha.
No one is an isolated island and can be self-reliant. The best relationship between people is to help each other, help others, and finally get good results.
when you are alive, you only do good deeds, and good rewards come from you, and you sow good causes and eventually get good results.
the fruit of life is made by oneself, and the cycle of cause and effect has its own conclusion.
whatever cause you plant, you will bear fruit.
without harming the hearts of the people, this life is a blessing; if you want to be opportunistic, you can only end up being smart.
if you punch others, they will hurt, so will you; if you give them a candy, they will be happy and you will be happy.
the cause and effect of good and evil are interchangeable.
Life is like a book, the value of a good book lies not in its thickness, but in its content.
each person's story is written by each person, and how a life of joys and sorrows has a good ending depends on how the writer writes.