The difference between cleverness and wisdom (profound)
The difference between cleverness and wisdom (profound)
May you cut through the thorns and ride the wind and waves on your way of life.


see a sentence on the Internet:

"if a person wants to be happy, he should not be too smart or too stupid. This state between intelligence and stupidity is called wisdom."

some people confuse wisdom with wisdom, but it is not.

cleverness is an external ability, while wisdom is an internal state.

as the saying goes, "Little Wisdom sees near, Great Wisdom sees far."

the difference between the two mainly lies in the following three points.

small cleverness strives for profit, while great wisdom makes profit

in the TV series Joe's Courtyard, there are two very close brothers with different surnames.

one is Qiao Zhiyong, a young businessman who dares to do things, and the other is Sun Maocai, a resourceful and down-to-earth scholar.

the two met in the year of the local examination. Although they met by chance, they sympathized with each other, trusted each other, and became the most perfect career partners.

however, with the growth of Qiao's business, their ideas are becoming more and more different.

although Qiao Zhiyong comes from a business family, he is broad-minded.

for him, doing business is not only to make money, but also to benefit more people.

Sun Maocai's idea is just the opposite, thinking that he should not "connect with the world" and should concentrate on making money.

after Sun Maocai persuaded Qiao Zhiyong to fail, Sun Maocai began to deduct the workers' wages privately, and even later tried to seize the Qiao family's business.

while Sun Maocai was fighting for profits and money, he even more indulged his nature of greed, and finally failed to seize the property of the Qiao family and ended up in exile.

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those who only want to fight for profits can only see the small profits in front of them. And those who know how to yield profits and benefit others can win better returns.

as the saying goes, "when wealth is scattered, people gather, and when wealth is gathered, people disperse."

if you just want to keep your interests firmly in your own hands and refuse to give way to others, you will only lose heart in the end.

people who are really smart know how to give others a piece of the pie when they make a profit.

after all, giving up and having something is wisdom, and only mutual benefit can last for a long time.

Little cleverness is argumentative, but great wisdom is silent

I saw a story on the Internet:

an old professor and one of his students passed by a fish stall and planned to buy a fish to go home.

the old professor squatted down, made a comparison, and chose a Qingjiang fish with few thorns.

the fishmonger thought he didn't understand, so he skimmed his lips and said, "you can't pick fish. This kind of fish is not delicious. Why don't I change it for you?"

the old professor replied with a smile, "No, just this one."

the fishmonger is self-righteous and authentic: "A scholar is a scholar. He can only read books and cannot pick fish. When buying fish, you have to listen to me."

the students on one side could not bear to watch, and immediately opened their mouth to argue with the fishmonger. Each side held its own words, and no one was convinced of the other. The noise of the argument attracted passers-by to come and watch.

seeing this, the old professor hurriedly dragged the students away.

the student angrily asked the old professor, "aren't you angry that the fishmonger looks down on the scholar so much?"

the professor smiled and said, "I can understand him. As long as you know which fish are more delicious, why do you have to find out how many kinds of fish there are in the world and what less fish bones are more suitable for the elderly? "

arguing with people at different levels is just a kind of unnecessary consumption.

Master Hongyi once said: "thoughts are not at the same height, there is no need to persuade each other, just respect each other with silence." The three values are not on the same level, there is no need to understand each other, just tolerate each other with a smile. "

I think so. Summer worms can't talk about ice, well frogs can't talk about the sea, and no man can talk.

with people of different levels, no matter how much they argue, they will only cast pearls before swine.

Little wisdom is eloquent, but great wisdom is silent.

instead of blushing for a moment, it is better to shut up in time.

small cleverness breaks down the stage, great wisdom sets up the stage

at the end of the Han Dynasty, the situation was turbulent and the heroes competed for hegemony. Yuan Shao and Yuan Shu are two of the more powerful forces.

the two brothers each have a hundred thousand troops, strong and brave.

among the many great heroes of that time, the two brothers were the best in all aspects of resources and sages.

both men wanted to occupy the Central Plains, but because Yuan Shu always looked down on Yuan Shao, so the two men formed a grudge, so they did not join hands, but each drew together the alliance, tit-for-tat, and attacked each other.

in the struggle between Yuan Shao and Yuan Shu, both sides suffered heavy losses, especially Yuan Shu, whose strength was greatly reduced and was unable to pursue the Central Plains again.

at this time, Cao Cao was an ally of Yuan Shao, and he was just waiting for the snipe and clam to compete with each other and reap the benefits of the fisherman.

for the two most powerful brothers in the last years of the Eastern Han Dynasty, they could have joined hands to look down on the heroes, but they fought among themselves, but they were defeated by Cao Cao one by one.

thus it can be seen that the result of dismantling each other is to lose both sides.

is also a leader in the live broadcasting world.Li Jiaqi and Weiya, who is the number one in the live broadcasting industry, have always had different opinions.

many people think that there must be intrigue between the "first brother" and the "first sister" who bring goods, and everyone wants to put pressure on each other.

once, a program on CCTV brought the two people together.

surprisingly, the two people are in the same frame, not tit-for-tat, but more sympathetic to each other.

Li Jiaqi sincerely praised: "Weiya works very hard."

Weiya also sighed with emotion: "Jiaqi is not easy."

then, they improvised and worked together to pick up the goods.

in fact, Via said in an interview earlier:

"Li Jiaqi's coming out of the circle is a very good thing for me. There is no competition between us, but each other's achievements."

as an old saying goes, "if you complement each other, you will have a good show; if you break up with each other, you will fall."

the greatest stupidity of human nature is to tear each other apart.

while those who are good at setting up the stage, under the integration of resources, both sides can make profits and maximize benefits.

small cleverness dismantles the stage, and great wisdom sets up the stage.

if you stumble on each other, neither side can go far; only when you make achievements with each other can you reach the top together.

Zeng Guofan once said: "for those who seek great things, the most important thing is the pattern."

people who are really powerful are broad-minded people who will not be disturbed by trifles and stand high and far-sighted.

cleverness is an ability, while wisdom is a pattern.

wise people always value immediate interests rather than losses, while wise people are far-sighted and know how to let go at the right time.

A wise man in life knows that "there is something to do and something not to do".

what kind of life you want to live is only in your own mind.

Life is prosperous and disorganized, and the beautiful context of life will eventually unfold slowly under your feet, because there are traces to follow.

, may you cut through the thorns and ride the wind and waves on the road of life.

Bai Yan, source