Slow and graceful

   When watering the flowers, if you water them too fast, the water will flow away from the bottom of the pot; for the red envelopes in the WeChat group, it is clearly written on the cover who will receive them, and there will be careless people who will snatch them without reading carefully; after writing the article, I submitted it without cold treatment, and later found that it could be written better; I came to a conclusion without understanding the cause and effect of something…
   “Hurrying” has two close partners, one is “mistakes in a hurry” and the other is “Forgetful”. A little regret, verifying the old saying: slow things down.
   Good porridge needs to be boiled slowly. I really appreciate my friend’s WeChat signature: I walk slowly, but never stop. Slowness is a kind of ability, hold your breath, and accumulate self-efficacy; slowness is a kind of wisdom, live in the moment, enjoy the process; slowness is a kind of confidence, believe in yourself and time; slowness is also a kind of compassion, don’t be too hasty , inconsiderate, accidentally hurt others.
   Slow is graceful. Think twice before speaking, and speak slowly to be calm; do things with a buffer and be more stable. It’s like drawing a line, a little bit of curvature looks more graceful than a straight line.
   Behind the impatience, sometimes self-righteousness is hidden. Adjust your heart to a state of humility, and don’t rush to prove yourself right or wrong. Sometimes, disputes and misunderstandings are due to different perspectives, and happiness and annoyance are due to attitude problems.
   If the water is deep, the flow will be slow, and if people are expensive, they will speak slowly. Be busy, but be organized. Go ahead, don’t be in a hurry. The landscape of life, in the final analysis, is the landscape of the soul. If you are in a hurry, no matter how far you go, there will be no rhyme at all. Which one is more calm and beautiful?

   Only when knowledge is combined with knowledge can it produce the greatest effect and lead to more “new knowledge”.
   The word “knowledge” we often use, according to the records of general dictionaries, knowledge and knowledge are often interlinked, but I think: “knowledge” is not equal to “knowledge”.
   “Knowledge” means to know and understand, and “knowledge” means to see and know. Those who can know may not be able to know; those who can know may not all know. For example, we can know a person’s life history, but only from the text, and we may not know him personally; and the person we know, if we don’t have a deep relationship, we can’t know his real background. In addition, we can say “knowledge is difficult, but easy” or “knowledge is easy, but difficult”.
   It can be seen from this that “knowledge” emphasizes theory, “knowledge” emphasizes reality; “knowledge” emphasizes inference, and “knowledge” emphasizes observation. Of course, those who can know do not need to know, and those who can know may not necessarily know, but only when knowledge and knowledge are combined can the greatest effect be produced and more “new knowledge” can be drawn.