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some confucius sayings and quotes to help make life easier

Useful Confucian Sayings

There is a little booklet called "A Collection of Confucius's Sayings," and here are some that I think can be very helpful.

  • There is a single saying that can govern one's life. It is expressed with the word shu, which means never do to others what you would not want them to do to you.
  • He who is able to put five sorts of morals into practice in this world may be called good. The five are courtesy, breadth, good faith, diligence, and clemency.
  • The great man understands what is right. The petty man understands what is profitable.
  • When you see a good man, think of emulating him. When you see a bad man, examine yourself.
  • When honesty overbalances refinement, crudeness results. When refinement overbalances honesty, there is superficiality. Only when refinement and honesty are duly balanced will the great man emerge.
  • Set your heart upon the Way, support yourself by virtue, lean upon goodness, and seek distraction in the arts.
  • With coarse food to eat, cold water to drink, and the bended arm as a pillow, happiness may still exist.
  • The true gentleman is conciliatory but not accommodating. The common man is accommodating but not conciliatory.
  • The demands that a great man makes are on himself; those of a petty man are upon others.
  • There are nine things of which great men must be mindful: to see when they look; to hear when they listen; to be gentle in appearance; to be respectful in manners; to be faithful in words; to be earnest in service; to inquire when in doubt; to think when in anger; to be just when they have an advantage.

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