People hate being ordinary when they are young, but when they grow up, they try to be ordinary. What used to be taken for granted is now a dream.
Our fear of age does not lie in old age, but in fear that as we grow older, we still get nothing.
Life is full of choices: choose tranquility, choose loneliness; choose mountains, choose frustration; choose persistence, choose suffering!
When someone is distressed, tears are tears, otherwise they are only salty liquid; when they are cared for, they are spoiled, or they are killed.
The virtue of selflessly passing on one's best virtues and skills to those who need them is more eternal than possessing any wealth.
When you enter society, it's time to accept your personality. Don't tell anyone anything, you're talking in your heart, they're listening to jokes.
Life is too short to leave a minute to those who make you unhappy. Be good to yourself when you are alone, and be good to one another when you are together.
Don't stick to the things that make you miserable, don't think about the past that you can never go back to. Some things, the sooner you give up, the better the future will be.
Happiness has four elements: change what can be changed, improve what cannot be changed, undertake what cannot be improved, and let go what cannot be borne.
Taste life and perfect human nature. Existence is opportunity, thinking can improve. People need to constantly break themselves, but also should reassemble themselves.
People who hurt you are either stronger or weaker than you. If he is younger than you, forgive him; if he is stronger than you, forgive yourself.
Real toughness should be thorough when crying, happy when laughing, incisive when speaking, and not hesitant when doing.