There are two kinds of peaceful violence, that is law and politeness.
The most important thing in life is politeness, which is more important than all wisdom and wisdom.
A man’s politeness is a mirror that shows his portrait.
Politeness is the art of choosing one’s own real thoughts.
Courtesy is not worth spending, but it is worth more than anything.
We should be zealous in our efforts to act according to morality rather than talk about morality.
Politeness is the second sun of a civilized person.
The face of a human being has never been so secular as in a funeral.
In terms of beauty, the beauty of appearance is higher than that of color, while the beauty of elegant and appropriate movements is higher than that of appearance.
Aristocrats weigh rights, and people pay more attention to etiquette.
Virtue is a treasure in spirit, but it is good manners to make them shine.
Courtesy is a desire to recover courtesy and respect.
Man can not live like a beast, but should pursue knowledge and virtue.
To hold a grand funeral is not so much to mourn the dead as to satisfy the vanity of the living.
Reason is higher than mind, and thought is more reliable than emotion.
Courtesy often substitutes for the most noble feelings.
Life is short, but even so, people still have time to pay attention to etiquette.
Etiquette is a delicate thing. It is indispensable to people’s communication and must not be overly calculated.
A man without manners is like a house without windows.
It is often quite accurate and reliable to understand people’s inner world and grasp people’s true face from their manners.
Etiquette is the smallest and most stable norm in all norms.
Man should be clear and wise in his wisdom, moral in innocence, and clean in body.
In the education of cultivating a cultivated person, one kind of training is indispensable, that is, beautiful and elegant speech.
Courtesy is welcome.
In any case, one should always be courteous and dress neatly.
Politeness costs nothing, but it costs more than anything else.
Politeness is like an air cushion. There is nothing in it, but it can reduce the jolt wonderfully.
Flowers decorate the world with beauty. We beautify the campus with actions.
Politeness makes polite people happy, and also makes those who are courteous treat happy.
There are brave men in the world who will not be surprised but not angry.
Good manners consist of little sacrifices.
Knowledge makes people gentle, and communication makes people perfect.
It is not necessarily reasonable to speak fiercely.
Courtesy is the first important thing for children and young people to develop their habits with special care.
Courtesy is the easiest thing to do and the most precious thing.
It is not impossible to see the truth.
Politeness brings civilization, warmth and happiness to everyone.
If a man watches in the street, I am sure he will find the most pleasant expression in the hearse.
Politeness does not lose anything, but it can get everything.
Civility is not always a sign of wisdom, but impoliteness always makes people doubt its stupidity.
In interpersonal communication, etiquette is more thoughtful and more secure.
It is not difficult to express his courtesy to a man with good intentions.
To make a man great does not consist in wealth and family, but in noble behavior and noble character.
The cheapest and most profitable thing in the world is etiquette.
Politeness is the flower of fraternity. People who are impolite do not have the idea of universal love.
Moral character should be noble; life should be frank; manners should be polite.
If the etiquette is higher than the moon, it will lose the sincere trust of people.
Self consciousness is the mother of progress. Self abasement is the source of degeneration.
There is an inner courtesy that is associated with love: it produces the most pleasant courtesy in the appearance of its actions.