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What is the historical allusion of "happiness in shape"? Is "happiness" good or bad?

Today, the interesting history editor brought you an article about the historical allusions of idioms . Welcome to read ~

What does the meaning of the idiom like “being in love with shape” mean? Xiaobian ’s preliminary understanding is to express everything I like, I do n’t know if it ’s right. Recently, some people are telling the story of this idiom. The meaning should not be simple. What does it mean? Some people have said that the joy of being in the form also contains a lot of truth, let's take a look at the secret analysis together!

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1.Basic interpretation of idioms

Shape: meaning is performance; color: means face. The expression of happiness is to express the inner joy on the face. Shows a person's happiness, joy, description, can not restrain the inner joy, very happy.

2.The earliest stories of idioms

According to legend, during the Northern and Southern Dynasties, the Northern Wei Dynasty had a very legendary character named Gao Yun . At that time, Gao Yun enjoyed fame mainly because he had been an official in the court for more than 40 years, and he had served for the court until he turned 80. He retired after five dynasties and was called "Politics in the world".

In fact, all of this is mainly due to being good at specialized knowledge, hard-working and hard-working, learning to get rich in five cars , working diligently, and according to records, he has always been very clean and incorruptible during his life as an official, and he has hardly made any mistakes in his life. It is deeply respected by many ordinary people and officials.

According to legend, when he was 98 years old, Gao Yun once said to others:

"When I was a book clerk, I always paid attention to doing practical things for the people, telling the truth, and at the same time trying to serve the country. If the innocent eyesight, I should be a hundred years old."

But shortly after that, Gao Yun felt slightly uncomfortable, so the family invited the doctor to come to the court to treat him. Although he was unwell, Gao Yun's behavior was still as usual, and he refused to stay in bed. When the emperor and empress of the Northern Wei Dynasty heard that Gao Yun was ill, they sent the imperial doctor Li Xiu to visit the court. Following the arrangements of the emperor, Li Xiu soon came to Gao Yun's house, and examined the pulse of Gao Yun's court carefully. Gao Yun was flattered , thanking the emperor and the queen mother for their diligence and gifts, and said to Li Xiu casually:

"Although the old minister is old, his body is still very strong and he is not ill at present. I urge the emperor to rest assured."

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After Li Xiu had finished his diagnosis and treatment, he said some common things about Boo Hanwen's warmth, and got up and left. When Li Xiu returned to the palace, he quietly said to the emperor in time:

"On the surface, Gao Yun has no symptoms, but there are abnormal conditions in his body, I am afraid it will soon be dead."

After listening to the emperor, he pondered for a moment, and then asked Li Xiu to keep it secret. He hoped to find some ways to allow Gao Yun to spend the last brief period of his life happily. The care and love of good ministers. The emperor also knew at that time that Gao Yun had been very clean since he had served the court for so many years, and had little savings in his family.

So he sent envoys to give the rare and precious treasures with high allowances, many delicious foods, from wine to chai oil salt and so on. There are about 100 varieties in total, which can be said to be some good products.

When Gao Yun saw these precious things that the emperor had gifted, she soon became happy and swept away the sickness on her face. Gao Yun also said happily to others:

"The emperor is so gracious to me, and given me so many treasures, I can use them to treat guests well."

After many days like this, no one else saw that there was anything to worry about Gao Yun's health. It was almost no different from a healthy person. Later, when Gao Yun died quietly in the middle of the night, even his family Nothing was found.

"Book of Wei. Gao Yunzhuan": "Yunxi is shaped by color, and the speaker said:" Tian En is my old man, I am a little bit old, and I am able to be a guest. ""

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3, the meaning of idioms

1) In your life, no matter when, where, or what you encounter, even if you are happy, you can be happy, but don't be complacent and forget about it .

2) The second sentence of "happiness lies in the heart" means "hidden in the heart", which means that in the process of dealing with people, you can show it when you are happy, and in the process of interacting with others, you are more likely to show affection to others. When you encounter disgusting things, you must learn to hide deep in your heart. Don't let them be exposed easily. When you are interacting with one another, sometimes even if you are dissatisfied and unhappy with each other, you must learn Deep in your heart, don't rush to express.

summary:

This is the principle of human treatment that is connoted in the form of happiness, but a small idiom can extend the principle of doing it!

And when you encounter things in daily life and work, what kind of expression do you have?

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