The best way to cherish life: don’t compete, don’t entangle, don’t think too much

Some people say: “The best way to keep in good health is to nourish the heart.”

I deeply agree.

Those who are good at nurturing the mind, even if they live in a back alley, can “keep their joy” with just one meal and one drink;

Those who are not good at nurturing the heart, even if they live in wealth and delicacies, it is difficult to obtain real happiness.

The best way for a person to cherish his life is to do the following three points.

Not competitive

As the saying goes: “Endure the calm for a while, and take a step back to see the sea and the sky.”

In life, we will always encounter some arrogant and unreasonable people.

Arrogant and unreasonable people often have no concept of right and wrong, or they know that they are wrong, but they still press on with confidence.

When encountering such a person, the most sensible thing to do is to choose to back down and suffer a small loss.

If you don’t want to suffer small losses and insist on competing with them, then you will probably make yourself pay a heavy price, and the gains outweigh the losses.

Wrestling with “pigs”, failure is a disgrace, victory is not honorable .

It is the smartest way to choose to stay away from “pigs”. .

There is a “garbage man’s law.”

It is about people who are full of negative garbage and need to find a place to dump the garbage .

When we meet such people, if we insist on “competing” with them, then we will fulfill their wish. They will dump their garbage emotions on us.

In the end, it is ourselves who are hurt.

The sign of a mature person is to know how to advance and retreat, and not to make meaningless sacrifices.

Only by “knowing the current affairs” and knowing how to weigh the pros and cons can you make your life path stable and far-reaching.

Not entangled

I heard this sentence: “You should thank those who have hurt you, they make you stronger.”


Whether a person can become strong depends on whether his heart is tough.

If the heart is not tough enough, then it will not be “reborn from the ashes”, but will be reduced to “ashes”.

So, should we firmly grasp the past “pain” and not let go?


The painter Jimmy said: “Don’t be entangled in an awkward matter for too long. If you entangle for a long time, you will be annoyed, painful, epiglottic, tired, and sad , will be heartbroken.”

Facing the past “bad things” and “bad things”, what we have to do is to let go, to beMake peace with the past and with yourself.

Choosing to let go is not to free the former “perpetrators”, but to allow myself to welcome a new life.

Everyone has some “unbearable” past.

How to face it reflects a person’s pattern and wisdom.

“When a person scolds you, if you remember it for one day, he scolds you for one day; if you remember it for one year, he scolds you for one year .”

Sometimes, the impact of a thing on us depends not only on the thing itself, but also on how we look at it.

When our minds become wider and wider, those “trivial things” and “bad things” will naturally no longer easily interfere with our mentality.

Don’t think too much

< p data-track="36">A psychologist has done such an experiment.

He asked the people who participated in the experiment to write down their worries about the next seven days, and then put them into the box.

Three weeks later, the psychologist opened the box and asked the participants to check it, only to find that 90% of the worries did not happen.

The greatest ignorance of a person is to worry about “unnecessary” things in the future, which results in wasting a lot of time and energy.

Instead of “worrying”, it is better to focus on the present and do the current things it is good.

When a person focuses on the present moment and only concentrates on doing what he should do right now, then those meaningless “wandering thoughts” will naturally Disappeared.

Although we cannot predict the future, we can grasp the present.

When we firmly grasp the present, then the future will naturally not be too bad.

“Tomorrow’s fallen leaves will not fall today.” So, just sweep up today’s fallen leaves, that’s all.


In “Tao Te Ching” Say: “Less is gain, more is confusion.”

If a person wants to obtain happiness, he must not only do addition, but also learn to do subtraction.

Only by not competing with “garbage people” can one’s life be peaceful;

Not on “bad things” Only by being entangled can you free yourself from the fetters;

Only by not worrying about the “future” can you move forward lightly.

I hope you and I can learn to do “subtraction” for our own lives.

Together with you.