Sometimes when you give others a bowl of rice, you will become a benefactor. But when you give others the heap, you get them to hate you: It is paradoxical that only successful people understand!

The philosophy of a bucket of rice teaches us to understand: Good for others 99 days, they do not care. But as long as you're not good ...


The philosophy of a bucket of rice teaches us to understand: Good for others 99 days, they do not care. But as long as you're not good to them one day, they will take revenge forever.
There is a story that told that in the past, two families were neighbors who lived together very happily, without any animosity, although one side was extremely rich and the other side was quite poor.

Suddenly one year, when he was struck by a natural disaster, destroying all fields and upland fields, failing crops gave poor families nothing to harvest. They also do not have food to store, but can only lie in a place to wait for starvation. At this time, respecting the neighbors for so long, the rich households took 1 basket of rice from their own stored food to save their neighbors from the danger.

After going through the most difficult time, the poor family expressed their thanks to their generous neighbor. They mention that there will be no seed in the next crop of sorrow. So the rich continue to help by giving them a grain to sow.

But this time, what the poor people paid for them was not thanks but blame. The poor household said, "What can one do with this paddy, sowing no more than a dozen meters. These people are so rich and so stingy and so bad?".



Rich families hear that is extremely angry. They are inherently kind-hearted to help without telling time after time but only in exchange for grievances and jealousy. From there, the relationship between the two sides is no different from the enemy. After this story, people told each other that: A bowl of rice can nourish but 1 basket of rice can create resentment.

Once help and giving have become a habit, the recipient will no longer feel grateful. Desire is like sea water, the more we drink, the more we thirst. Therefore, no matter how much we give, we cannot satisfy all the desires of others.

When the opponent is in dangerous poverty, we only need to give them a bowl of rice, a bowl of rice can solve a big problem, save lives. They will feel very grateful. However, when they are out of danger and continue to receive help, it is very easy to develop a dependency and reliance.

From there, our help becomes a natural act. At that time, one cup of rice was not enough, two cups of rice was still not enough, three or four cups or even a whole box of rice was still like salt in the sea.

In life, giving and receiving should only stop at a moderate level, so that it is appropriate for the situation of both parties. Neither party can give too much, nor can they just get back for no reason. It should not be when there is a little more demanding more, if you do not want to fall into the situation of losing both lead and pestle, self-harm.

It is similar to the case where every day you give a child candy. You do it very often and happily. That child would have also loved you. Every day sees you, he smiles and runs to get candy. But then one day, you rubbed his head and said: "There are no candies". Suddenly you find it very different. It screams that you are mean, you are ugly. Or it went around to slander you.

The lesson that tells us that, the candy philosopher means that when you give someone else something, they sometimes will not think it is a gift. They think it is a duty, a responsibility that you are obligated to do for them. And when you don't give what they want anymore, they will immediately face you, considering it an evil and irresponsible behavior.

You are enthusiastic with friends, anyone who needs help comes. But one day you've just lost your job, not even a penny to help, they also blame you.

Or like you are a hard worker at work. Every day is not afraid of being tired to work overtime, taking the initiative to work on duty every day, fulfilling all the requirements of the leadership. But the boss only considered it a duty, of course. If one day, you are sick but you are late for work, they will also blame you.

For many people, even if you give them candy every day, they don't care. But if you don't give them only one day, they will remember each and every day. Live in life, do not live too well, nor too generous because not everyone appreciates their sincerity.

Ms. Phoenix

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High Tech Brain: Sometimes when you give others a bowl of rice, you will become a benefactor. But when you give others the heap, you get them to hate you: It is paradoxical that only successful people understand!
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