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▶ To cover one's ears when he steals the bell
 
A thief wanted to steal the Fan family's very valuable and large bell, so he decided to smash it so that he could carry it home. But when he hit it, the loud clang surprised him and he covered his ears, thereby muffling the sound. He decided to use cloth to plug his ears, foolishly thinking it quieted the bell so that he could hit it repeatedly. Neighbors soon heard the sound and caught the thief in the act. Thus, the moral of the story is that the sound of the bell exists objectively; it won't be silenced even if you cover your own ears. This story vividly explains the basic principle of dialectical materialism: all things exist objectively—a fact that should not be ignored, or else you will deceive yourself and suffer the consequences.
  
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有个小偷看见范氏家里有一口名贵的大钟,他想把钟敲 
碎,然后再分别搬回家。可敲钟的巨响把他吓了一大跳,他不由自 
主地捂住自己的耳朵。他高兴的发现钟声变小了,于是他立刻 
找来两个布团,把耳朵塞住,放手砸起钟来,人们听到钟 
声蜂拥而至把小偷捉住了。 
  
【翻译】~和“自欺欺人”;都有“自己欺骗自己”的意思。但~专指“自己欺骗自己”;而“自欺欺人”除了“自己欺骗自己”以外;还有“欺骗别人”的意思。
【释义】在墙上凿开一个小孔;偷借邻家的灯光读书。形容在艰苦的条件下仍坚持刻苦学习。
【例句】个人主义严重的人;常常会干出~的蠢事;这又有什么奇怪呢!
【近义词】自欺欺人、弄巧成拙
【反义词】开诚布公
  
 


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