During this period, Sun Quan and LV Meng were often brothers. When attacking Fancheng, Lu Meng planned and carried out the action of "crossing the river in white", which helped Sun Quan occupy Jingzhou and reversed the weak position of the eastern Wu in the tripartite confrontation. However, although Lu Meng was brave in battle, he often fell ill. As soon as the battle of Jingzhou was over, Lu Meng fell ill. In order to cure LV Meng, Sun Quan himself received LV Meng to live in his own hall and sought for famous doctors from all over the country. At that time, Lu Meng was critically ill. Besides taking traditional Chinese medicine, he needed acupuncture every day. However, Lu Meng was as thin as a wood, and it was very painful to do acupuncture. Sun Quan is worried about LV Meng and has to visit him several times a day. Every time, Lumeng would sit up and do the rites of the king and the minister. In this way, it will affect Lumeng's rest and make it difficult for him to recover.
If he did not visit LV Meng, Sun Quan was not at ease; if he went to visit LV Meng, he would increase LV Meng's burden. This made Sun Quan very difficult at one time.
Later, Sun Quan took advantage of Lumeng's sleep and found someone to dig a small hole in the wall of Lumeng's room. Every day, Sun Quan no longer visits LV Meng in person, but peeps through this small hole. If Lu Meng's expression is relaxed and he can eat something, Sun Quan will smile and be happy himself; if Lu Meng's expression is painful or he can't eat, Sun Quan can't sleep at night.
It took more than three months from digging this small hole to LV Meng's death. Sun Quan also peeped through this small hole for more than three months. After LV Meng's death, whenever a general of the eastern Wu was ill or injured, including,,, and so on, Sun Quan would send him here for diagnosis and treatment. He also observed his illness through this small hole. Later generations called this wall "peeping wall".
Some people don't know the reason why Sun Quan digs this small hole, so they ask Sun Quan, "since the Lord cares about them so much, why don't you visit them in person, at least you can let them know that the Lord cares about them, so they will work harder for him." Sun Quan replied, "I don't care about them to let them know, but to really care about them from the bottom of my heart. If this concern increases their burden, it will be bad."
How touching is the saying that "they can't be burdened by care". It is precisely because of Sun Quan's heartfelt care that the civil and military officials of the Soochow group unite and unite as one to complete the imperial business in the remote place of Jiangdong.
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