Another column in the column that impressed me was "Wu Chi Seeing the World". There was a passage from the visible karate ribbon to various invisible ribbons. At that time, the whole paragraph was copied in the notes. : "A master who has reached the level of a black belt in one field can be a junior brother who has just put on a white belt in another field. More importantly, it is the color belt of each promotion, not the label of getting better and better. It is the memory of the Taoist learners of their positions and responsibilities, and don’t forget the original intention at the time of entry because of the black belt around the waist and the higher the number of paragraphs.
Because the color belt is like the Taoist robe, popular database those who have a righteous heart will It is a kind of support. In reality, there are also many invisible "ribbons", either false titles or resumes. If they are tied, they are trapped in the environment of "total control institutions" and continue to pursue, the more they go, the more they forget their roots. It becomes a life-threatening rope; however, it can be regarded as a karate ribbon, and it can be derived as a warning and blessing for oneself.” A plain sentence can also be full of charm. After class that night,
D, who loves jazz, went on to ask, if he wanted to learn to write music reviews, what kind of music theory could he read in ancient times? I said that Ruan Ji has "Theory of Music" and Ji Kang has "Theory of Music without Sorrow", "But what about the ghost? Look at Shao Songxiong." I don't understand Western music. "Black and White" is very interesting, because although he specializes in music, his vision is not limited to this, and he connects with literature, calligraphy, painting, and film from time to time. Not only does he have a wide range of interests, but also he attaches great importance to a person's overall education and talent. For example, Lu Yanshao emphasized the "work outside the painting" in "Learning to Paint a Micro-Word".