It is always these two words that cause the most harm.
To let go of prejudice is to cross others and yourself.
yxwc1927 The crab walks sideways, so in its eyes, humans walking forward are stupid. The blind man touched the elephant's leg and said in surprise that there was a wall in front of him. The word "prejudice" is only two short words, but it makes people short-sighted, harm others and harm themselves. In the world, everyone doesn't like prejudice, but everyone has prejudice. And can put aside prejudice, is the highest state of life. Stereotype, harm others and harm oneself Stereotype is the most common and overlooked prejudice in life. The same thing, just because of different people, makes the opposite judgment and ignores the truth. One netizen made the stereotype clear: "I've seen tattooed men give up their seats to old ladies on buses, and men in suits and ties beat their wives in the street. The world is more diverse than you can imagine. " People only choose what they want to believe, see only what they want to see, and often disapprove of the truth behind things. When fat people eat instant noodles, they say that fat people are fat because they eat instant noodles; when thin people eat instant noodles, they say that thin people are thin because they eat instant noodles. When you look at people with preconceived colored eyes, what you see will never be the truth. The prejudice brought about by this stereotype is more terrible than ignorance. In ancient times, a king took his sons to a huge stone gate and said to them, "whoever can push open this door will inherit the throne." The tall and strong princes looked at the huge stone gate, were afraid, shook their heads and gave up. Only the youngest prince went over, pushed hard, and the door opened. Only by pushing open the door of stereotype can we see the real world. Thoreau once said, "it's never too late to put aside your prejudices." In this society full of stereotypes, whoever puts aside his prejudices first becomes the wise man of life. Because the greatest enemy of truth is prejudice. Prejudiced and shortsighted I have read a story told by a netizen, which is thought-provoking: One day, the boss's friend came to the company to visit, first said hello to everyone in the office, and took out a box of exquisite snacks and gave them to us. The food in the box is macaron, one by one colorful and small, very cute. "it's delicious." The boss ate one and admired again and again. I took a pink one out of the box, took a bite, and suddenly understood why macarons had gained so much reputation. The shell of the almond cake is crisp, but the inside is moist and sweet, the strawberry jam is just right, the taste is rich, and there is no sweet feeling at all. After eating macarons, a sentence flashed through my mind: "you used to think macarons were not delicious, but because you haven't eaten really good ones." There are too many people in this world who have eaten burnt fish several times and then judge that the fish is not delicious. After reading a few bad books, I believe that they are not good-looking. After breaking up a few times, I thought that there was no true love in the world, and even I was not only pessimistic about myself, but also imposed this emotion on others. Prejudice exists in all aspects of life. It not only blinds us, but also makes us look at the wrong person and make the wrong choice. More importantly, long-term self-knowledge prejudice will make people form the nature of thinking, thus forgetting the importance of deep thinking. Emerson said, "people are biased, but fate is not biased." Prejudice makes the mind stiff. It only sees the surface of things, but ignores the whole picture. High-level people often know how to think deeply and will not put various labels on others for granted, nor will they think that they are all when they see some of them. Only when you put aside your prejudices can you think deeply. And a person with limited thinking is like being blinded by a leaf, and has been stuck in resting on his laurels ever since. Put aside your prejudices and cross others and yourself In ancient times, Confucius and his entourage came to the State of Qi to meet the Duke of Qi instead of visiting Yanzi. Zi Gong said, "is it all right to see Mr. Qi instead of his ruling doctor?" Confucius said, "I heard that Yanzi served three kingdoms, all of which went well. I doubt whether he is decent or not." When Yanzi learned of this, he said: "I have been a member of the Qi people from generation to generation. I can't stand on my own feet without thinking about my own deeds and knowing my own mistakes. I wholeheartedly, for the country and the people, assisted the three kings, all went well. But if I serve a king half-heartedly, it may not be smooth. Now, I have not seen what I have done, but I have questioned my success. I have heard that a gentleman is independent and worthy of his figure, and sleeping alone is not ashamed of his soul. Confucius talked about others presumptuously, just like the Lakers criticized the axe and the mountain people criticized the fishing net. At first, when I saw the Confucians, I thought they were very honorable. Today, I think they are very suspicious. " When Confucius heard this, he regretted it. He said: "I am ill-informed. I don't choose my words and complain about others." This almost made me misunderstand a sage. " Therefore, Confucius first asked disciple Zaiyu to apologize to Yanzi before he went to see Yanzi. The root of Confucius' misunderstanding of Yanzi lies in his prejudice against Yanzi. If you do not conduct an in-depth investigation, but just look at things with prejudice, you will often stumble, and saints are no exception. It is difficult to make a person unbiased. It is precisely because of the difficulty that those who think twice until they figure out the truth before coming to a conclusion are more valuable. To let go of prejudice is to put aside the stereotype, improve the cognitive level, and develop the habit of deep thinking. Put aside your prejudices, change your way of thinking, don't be led by the nose by stereotypes, and be unemotional. Putting aside prejudice is the embodiment of one's wisdom. Putting aside prejudice is the embodiment of one's mind. There is an old saying: "go to the ego, except prejudice, all things are accessible to the heart, boundless." To let go of prejudice is to cross others and yourself; only by letting go of prejudice can you feel at ease! One book a week is released by authorization.
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