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'Two Studies and One Action': Four Tastes of Qualified Party Members

The "two studies and one action" learning education is an important measure that extends from centralized education to regular education. When the "smell of books", "smell of soil", "smell of sweat", "smell of breeze" become the body odor of party members and cadres


The "two studies and one action" learning education is an important measure that extends from centralized education to regular education. When the "smell of books", "smell of soil", "smell of sweat" and "smell of breeze" become the body odor of party members and cadres, and are integrated into the blood, they can naturally become qualified party members.

The tireless fragrance of books. Party members and cadres should always regard learning as a virtue, a responsibility, and a pursuit, learn from books, practice, and the masses, strengthen party spirit cultivation and exercise, seriously study Marxist theory, deeply study the theoretical system of socialism with Chinese characteristics, especially the spirit of Xi Jinping's important speeches, form a rational understanding and conscious grasp of the first identity, and always use scientific theories to calibrate the coordinates of faith, Always maintain political clarity and determination, realize the value of life in the process of striving for the Party's cause, and make oneself a truly qualified Communist Party member.

The "earthy taste" of the field. "Those who know about house leakage are under the house, and those who know about government loss are in the grass." Party members and cadres who have the smell of dirt can not smell of bureaucracy. They put down their posture, rolled up their pants and went deep into the ground. With sincere feelings, they sincerely communicated with the masses, went to the masses' homes, and went to the fields. "Ask the people for government, ask the people for their needs, and ask the people for their plans." They thought about what the masses think, worried about what the masses want, understood what they want, worried about, and hated.

The "sweat smell" of hard work and hard work. The scent of sweat carries the fragrance of tenacious struggle, inspiring cadres to take on their responsibilities. We should take the suffering of the masses to heart, focus on serving the people from a practical perspective, pay more attention to the safety and well-being of the people in need, take a firm stance on the masses when making decisions and doing things, regard their satisfaction as the only standard, firmly do what the masses welcome, firmly prohibit what the masses oppose, promptly correct the problems reported by the masses, and use our own "hard work index" to improve the "happiness index" of the people.

The "fresh breeze" of honesty and self-discipline. Being upright and having clean sleeves is the basic ethics of being an official. In today's world where temptation is rampant and "hunting" is everywhere, it is particularly necessary to maintain a "refreshing breeze". As a leading cadre of party members, we must establish a correct view of power, status, and interests, adhere to the foundation of personal cleanliness and success, and achieve the goal of using power for the people, connecting emotions with the people, and seeking benefits for the people. To install a "dust collector" and a "control valve" for one's desires, regularly clean up the "dust" in one's spiritual and ideological aspects, purify the "life circle", "work circle", and "friends circle".

(According to the "Communist Party Member Network")

 

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