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思无邪 Without Depraved Thoughts

孔子的弟子曾问孔子:诗经三百篇讲了什么?孔子答曰:思无邪。这三个字虽然简单,却意味深长。它告诉我们,每一个念头、每一个动作,都应来源于内心的纯净而没有邪念。由此我们可见中国古人的道德之高尚。“思无邪”可以说是那时候人们的行为准则,人们都在遵循着思无邪的标准对待他人乃至万事万物。

而现代社会的人们,则在以与思无邪完全相反的方法行事、生活。人与人的关系变得极为复杂,人们会因为一点小事心生怨恨,遇到任何问题首先想到他人的不是,在与人相处时斤斤计较,不会反思自己的过错,等等。

相比之下,真的可以看出我们当今的社会充满了问题,而人们却不自知......我一定要努力改正自己的问题,按照叔叔说的认真去反思、变得善良并发自内心的为他人着想,在这个浊世中逆流而上!


Confucius's disciple once asked Confucius: "What do the three hundred poems in ShiJing convey?" Confucius replied, "Think without evil." Although these three words are simple, they carry profound meaning. They tell us that every thought and every action should originate from a pure heart without malicious intent. From this, we can see the lofty morality of ancient Chinese people. "Think without evil" can be said to be the behavioral criterion at that time, with people treating others and everything around them according to this standard.

However, people in modern society act and live in ways that are completely opposite to "thinking without evil." Relationships between individuals have become extremely complicated. People harbor grudges over trivial matters and tend to first blame others when encountering problems. They are petty when dealing with others, reluctant to reflect on their own mistakes, and so on.

By comparison, it is evident that our contemporary society is full of problems, and yet people are unaware... I must strive to correct my own issues, seriously reflect as my uncle advised, become kind, and consider others with a sincere heart, going against the current in this impure world!

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