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Meaning of 出淤泥而不染

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chū ér rǎn
lit. to grow out of the mud unsullied (idiom); fig. to be principled and incorruptible
Example Sentences
1
In today's eyes, is it true that lotus flowers are all called by us "originating from mud but not being dyed by mud?"
2
Therefore, with the great competitive envrionment, How many people can live in the silt but not imbrued?
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Lotus flower: like a blooming lotus flower, lotus not only has the deep meaning in the Buddhism, also became the man of honour because of "Live in the silt but not imbrued".
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Chinese People love water lily very much. It grows in the silt but not imbrued.
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Of course, the ancients also referred to the phenomenon of "rising unsullied from mud", which show the impact of environments is also based on a person's character and quality.