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Chinese wisdom. Like Weather, one’s fortune may change by the evening. Luu Mengzheng – Song Dynasty
According to Luu Mengzheng (Song Dynasty), Like Weather, one’s fortune may change by the evening. Chinese wisdom

Chinese wisdom

A person with great knowledge, is equally looking at distant and close, does not consider small null and void, and the great – great, because he knows that the relative sizes of things. He argues, stating that the present and the past is the same thing, and therefore doesn’t long for the distant past, and does not try to grab a close now. Because he knows that the time never stops. He explores the fullness and emptiness, and therefore finding, does not rejoice, losing is not sad, because he knows that fate is not constant. He clearly understands the way, and therefore does not rejoice in the birth of his misfortune, and does not consider his death, because he knows that the end and the beginning of alternate.

All men are brothers
All men are brothers. Chinese wisdom

Chinese wisdom

Help one another, for we are all in the same boat.
Help one another, for we are all in the same boat.
“Past scholars studied to improve themselves; Today’s scholars study to impress others.” Confucius
“Past scholars studied to improve themselves;
Today’s scholars study to impress others.”
Confucius
Justice for All in the World
Justice for All in the World
f you know, recognize that you know, If you don’t know, then realize that you don’t know: That is knowledge. Confucius True knowledge is when one knows the limitations of one’s knowledge.
f you know, recognize that you know,
If you don’t know, then realize that you don’t know:
That is knowledge.
Confucius
True knowledge is when one knows the limitations of one’s knowledge.
I’d rather die for speaking out, than to live and be silent. - Fan Zhongyan, 988-1052
I’d rather die for speaking out,
than to live and be silent.
– Fan Zhongyan, 988-1052
Old Horse Knows the Way - Story by Han Fei Zi
Old Horse Knows the Way
– Story by Han Fei Zi
People with virtue must speak out; People who speak are not all virtuous. Chap.14, Analect ( Lun Yu ) – Confucius
People with virtue must speak out; And People who speak are not all virtuous. Chap.14, Analect ( Lun Yu ) – Confucius
He who depends on himself will attain the the greatest happiness Book of Odes
He who depends on himself will attain the the greatest happiness
Book of Odes
Running a large country is like cooking a small fish. Chap.60, DaoDeJing by Lao Zi
Running a large country is like cooking a small fish. Chap.60, DaoDeJing by Lao Zi
Under an overturned nest, can there be unbroken eggs?
Under an overturned nest, can there be unbroken eggs?
The Master said: “In learning and straightway practising is there not pleasure also? When friends gather round from afar do we not rejoice? Whom lack of fame cannot vex is not he a gentleman?” -Chap.1, LunYu Confucius
The Master said:
“In learning and straightway practising is there not pleasure also?
When friends gather round from afar do we not rejoice?
Whom lack of fame cannot vex is not he a gentleman?”
-Chap.1, LunYu
Confucius
Love at First Sight Yi Jian Zhong Qing
Love at First Sight Yi Jian Zhong Qing
Live in peace tho’ living away from home
Live in peace tho’ living away from home
Life is finite, While knowledge is infinite. Zhuang Zi
Life is finite, While knowledge is infinite. Zhuang Zi
Learn without thinking begets ignorance. Think without learning is dangerous. Confucius – Lun Yu Chap. 2
Learn without thinking begets ignorance.
Think without learning is dangerous.
Confucius – Lun Yu Chap. 2
Without going outside, you may know the whole world! -Chap. 47, DaoDeJing Lao Zi [Lao Tze]
Without going outside, you may know the whole world!
-Chap. 47, DaoDeJing
Lao Zi [Lao Tze]
With a heavy load and a long journey Lunyu – Confucius
With a heavy load and a long journey Lunyu – Confucius
Women can hold up half the sky - Mao Zedong
Women can hold up half the sky – Mao Zedong
Can do!
Can do!
Respect the gods and the devils but keep them at a distance Confucius Lunyu 6-22
Respect the gods and the devils but keep them at a distance
Confucius Lunyu 6-22
Give a fish to a man; he has food for a day. Teach a man to fish; he learns a skill for life.
Give a fish to a man; he has food for a day.
Teach a man to fish; he learns a skill for life.
To worry before the common people worries; To enjoy only after the people can enjoy.
To worry before the common people worries; To enjoy only after the people can enjoy.
Everyone eats and drinks; yet only few appreciate the taste of food. What you do not wish upon yourself, extend not to others.
Everyone eats and drinks; yet only few appreciate the taste of food.
What you do not wish upon yourself,
extend not to others.
Like burying one’s head in the sand
Like burying one’s head in the sand
Seeing it once is better than being told 100 times. bai wen bu ru yi jian Ref. – Zhou Chongguo, Han Dynasty
Seeing it once is better than being told 100 times
Every child born, has innate goodness
Every child born, has innate goodness

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