Read \”The Book of Changes\” and understand the roots of traditional culture. \”Book of Changes\” is the outline of traditional culture and the root of traditional culture. It is the cornerstone of our understanding of traditional culture. Reading \”The Book of Changes\” opens up another sky for us, allowing us to view the world in multiple ways of thinking. This book of \”The Book of Changes\” increases the dimension of our lives. Time, position, fate: \”Shi\” refers to timing and current situation; \”Position\” refers to position and status. The combination of time and position is the situation or situation in life. For example, time and position are like the X and Y coordinates in the Cartesian coordinate system. Once the coordinates are determined, the only corresponding point can be found, and this point is the human situation. A person\’s \”fate\” represents his direction. Some of this direction comes from the dominant force, which is what we often call destiny; some come from one\’s own, such as what we often call \”settling down and settling down,\” and \”keeping one\’s destiny in the right place.\” . Reading \”The Book of Changes\” allows us to better understand our own position, understand our own mission and path, and have a comprehensive life. Yin and Yang: \”One yin and one yang are called Tao.\” All things are inseparable from Yin and Yang. When you understand Yin and Yang, you can understand the laws of development of things. Yin and Yang are a unique way of thinking and profound wisdom of the Chinese that reaches up to heaven and earth and down to the subtle. It can be called the greatest knowledge in heaven and earth and the highest principle of life. Change: \”The Book of Changes\” is a book about change. \”Book of Changes\” says that change does not exist, there are six emptiness in the circulation, up and down are impermanent, hardness and softness change each other, and cannot be summarized, but can only be adapted to change. It can be said that one of the benefits of reading \”The Book of Changes\” is that you can learn how to constantly adapt to the real world. Yi Xiang: Chinese people’s Tao is learned through enlightenment, while Westerners’ principles and science are derived through reasoning. Understanding Chinese culture is inseparable from Yixiang thinking. Yixiang thinking is the root of Chinese culture and the overall source of the formation of Chinese culture. \”Change is the image.\” Using the image can reveal the essence of unity between all things through external images. Therefore, the Book of Changes is a way of thinking that looks at the universe and life from phenomenon to essence, which can both analyze and integrate. Read the \”Tao Te Ching\”, be an upright person, and cultivate a big pattern. There are nearly 500 foreign language translations of the Tao Te Ching, 82 German translations of the Tao Te Ching, and more than 700 monographs on Laozi\’s thoughts. Enlightenment: Tao is the essence that gives birth to and nourishes all things. \”Tao generates one, generates two, two generates three, and three generates all things. All things bear yin and embrace yang, and inject qi into harmony.\” Tao generates qi, and qi is divided into yin qi and yang qi; The energy of yin and yang adds up to three, and this trichotomy gives rise to all things. Tao is not only the highest existence that produces all things, but also the law of change and movement of all things. \”The opposite is the movement of Tao.\” (Chapter 40) This means that the cyclical movements and changes of all things are carried out according to the laws of Tao. The Tao is eternal and unchanging. All things, because they are born, will undergo various changes in development and destruction, but Tao itself is neither born nor destroyed. After all things perish, they must return to the Tao: \”Everything in the world returns to its roots. Returning to the roots is called tranquility, and tranquility is called restoration of life.\” The root of all things is Tao, and Tao is the final destination of all things after their destruction. Understanding Rouwei: Rou can be said to be Laozi’s first magic weapon. \”Tao Te Ching\” values softness. Lao Tzu praises water, babies, and women(female), mainly because he saw the power of femininity. Softness means femininity, weakness, pliability… Softness is first and foremost a characteristic of life: \”The strong are the only ones who die, the weak are the only ones who live.\” Human beings are the same as plants and trees. When they are alive, their bodies are soft, and when they are dead, they are soft. The body will gradually become stiff in the future. Tenderness is not only a characteristic of life, but also a \”powerful\” force. Lao Tzu said that there is nothing weaker than water in the world, but water can best restrain the strong. I used a very vivid word: gallop. \”The most soft in the world, the most strong in the world.\” Aware of emptiness and tranquility: \”Tao Te Ching\” says, to reach the extreme of emptiness, maintain tranquility and sincerity. Emptiness and tranquility are the characteristics of the Tao. The closer a person is to the Tao, the higher his skill in reaching the extreme of emptiness and maintaining tranquility. The ancients said that emptiness can accommodate all things, and tranquility can produce wisdom. Xujing is the most profound Taoist practice and cultivation. Read \”The Analects\” and grasp a happy life. Qian Mu said that today’s Chinese scholars should bear two major responsibilities. One is to read \”The Analects of Confucius\” oneself, and the other is to persuade others to read \”The Analects of Confucius\”. In \”The Analects\”, Confucius taught us too many principles of life and doing things. Confucius did not care about ghosts and gods, and focused on bringing human morality and virtue to the extreme. If we or our children can follow what the Analects of Confucius says, we will definitely be able to grasp the happy life in this world. Benevolence and righteousness: Confucius advocated that everyone should have a desire to be \”benevolence\” and should sincerely seek \”benevolence\”. If you do so, you will get \”benevolence\”. The root of reaching the realm of \”benevolence\” lies in how you do it, rather than being pushed by others. Only the subject\’s own active pursuit can achieve the ideal state of \”benevolence\”. Confucius regarded \”benevolence\” as the highest moral principle, moral standard and moral realm. He integrated the overall moral code into one and formed an ethical ideological structure with \”benevolence\” as the core, which includes filial piety, brotherhood (twinship), loyalty, forgiveness, etiquette, knowledge, courage, respect, tolerance, trustworthiness, sensitivity, Benefits and other content. Among them, filial piety and brotherhood are the foundation of benevolence and one of the basic pillars of the benevolence ideological system. Loyalty and Shu: Chinese Confucian ethical category, principles for dealing with relationships between people. \”Loyalty\” means doing your best to help others and winning their hearts, so it is loyalty; \”forgiveness\” means respecting oneself and others, like others\’ hearts, so it is forgiveness. The first person to link loyalty and Shu was Zengzi in the Spring and Autumn Period of China. When explaining Confucius\’ \”My Way is consistent,\” he said: \”The Master\’s way is nothing but loyalty and forgiveness.\” \”Loyalty and forgiveness\” means treating others as you would treat yourself. The disciples of Confucius regard loyalty and forgiveness as the core content of Confucius\’ theory, which is the specific application of \”benevolence\”. Loyalty and forgiveness have become one of the basic principles of Confucianism in dealing with interpersonal relationships. Doctrine of the Mean: Confucius said that \”too much is too little\”. In other words, if something is overdone, it means it is not done, and if it is not done well, it will be even worse. What\’s right? Not missing, not offside, not overshooting, not falling behind. Everything that is just right is the golden mean. Confucius has a well-known saying: \”When quality is better than literature, you will be wild; when literature is better than quality, you will be history; if literature is better than quality, then you will be a gentleman.\” (\”The Analects of Confucius – Yong Ye\”) The \”quality\” here refers to the inner quality, and the \”wen\” refers to the external quality. Etiquette, this sentence means: if a person has more inner qualities than external etiquette (only focusing on inner cultivation and not paying attention to outer appearance)etiquette), it will appear rude; if there are more external etiquette than internal quality (only focusing on external etiquette, not internal cultivation), it will appear artificial. It is best to have both, both internally and externally, just right. This is The image of a gentleman. The Book of Changes, the Tao Te Ching, and the Analects of Confucius are the three most important books for Chinese people, and they are also the reason why Chinese people are Chinese.