He has a lifetime of respect for his teachers. He heard that his teacher, Huan Rong, had died of illness.
Respecting teachers and valuing education is the traditional virtue of the Chinese nation. As early as in ancient times, teachers were worshipped in parallel with heaven, earth, monarch and relatives. The admonition that "the son of heaven, the marshal and the general must have a teacher" and "one day as a teacher, one life as a father" has also been handed down to this day.
The earliest record of respecting teachers and valuing education in China should be the book of rites and learning records. Said: "the way of learning is hard for teachers. When it's hard for a teacher to master, he will respect Tao, and then the people will know how to respect learning. " Therefore, respecting teachers is the most important. Only by respecting teachers, can we attach importance to Tao; only by attaching importance to Tao, can we attach importance to learning and education.
时期的,开创了我国育人之先河,在曲阜的阙里,创立了第一所 ,后来被尊为“大成至圣先师”,世称“孔圣人”。清 曾亲临曲阜,拜谒孔圣人,并题赠“”金匾。
During this period, the first school was founded in Qufu, Shandong Province. Later, it was honored as the "supreme sage of Dacheng" and known as the "sage of Confucius". The emperor of the Qing Dynasty once visited Qufu in person to pay homage to the sage Kong and inscribed a gold plaque.
Zi Gong, a student of Confucius, is intelligent and eager to learn. He has made a career. He has always respected his teachers. In the state of Lu at that time, some people raised Zigong and belittled Confucius. After hearing this, he was very angry, corrected this rumor on many occasions, and said vividly: "the teacher is surrounded by a wall which is several feet high. The house is magnificent and not visible to ordinary people. But I am just a wall with a high shoulder, which can be seen at a glance." He also compared the teacher to the sun and the moon, saying that the teacher "can shine on people, not beyond ordinary people.". After the death of Confucius, Zigong was extremely grieved. He lived by the tomb of Confucius and kept it for six years before leaving.
Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty was the founding emperor and a rare emperor in the history of China. He also understood that it was very important for the country to prosper, maintain long-term stability and improve children's education. He believed that it was "urgent today" to teach Prince Zhu Wang to admonish him. Therefore, he gave several sons the choice of teachers who are knowledgeable people. Moreover, he repeatedly warned his children to respect their teachers. Once, Li Gang, the prince's teacher, was unable to walk because of his foot disease. When Emperor Taizong knew about it, he authorized Li Gang to take a sedan chair to give lectures in the palace and ordered the crown prince to welcome the teacher personally. You should know that in feudal society, the harem is very strict. In addition to the emperor, his concubines and children, other officials do not say that they can take a sedan chair, but they are also afraid of going in and out.
Later, Emperor Taizong asked Wang GUI, Minister of rites, to be his fourth son, King Wei's teacher. One day, he heard a report that King Wei didn't respect his teacher. Emperor Taizong was very angry. He criticized his son in front of Wang GUI: "every time you see the teacher Wang GUI in the future, you should respect him as you see me. You should not relax a little bit." From then on, when he saw Wang GUI, his teacher, he was always respectful and attentive. Due to the strict family education of Emperor Taizong, several of his sons are very respectful to their teachers and never disrespectful. Therefore, "Emperor Taizong's son respected teachers" was also passed on as a good story by later generations.
Liu Che, emperor of Hanwu, has always respected his teachers. He was devastated to hear that his teacher, Huan Rong, had died. Regardless of the opposition of the ministers, he took off the Dragon Robe, dressed in the Xiaoyi he designated to make, and went to the teacher's house to mourn and bury himself.
The ancients have already set an example for us. In the modern era, we should carry forward this fine tradition
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