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Philosophy en Confucianism

Tireless wisdom; ageless knowledge, 
Humanity personified with a perfect personality, 
Expertise in simplicity; complexity at ease… 

Epitome of harmony and universal love, 
Philosophy of a saner brethren of universal philosophies, 
Ism that dictates the way the Chinese live, 
Taoist in similarity; truer to the heart, 
Open aphorisms instilling a suture to the desire laced mind, 
Master of the human condition; written word palatable, 
Enter the man himself – Confucius… 

Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall, 
For a man - commits a mistake –does not correct it – commits another mistake...

Said Confucius: ‘He, who learns but does not think is lost,’
Ears to: ‘It’s not possible for one to teach others - can’t teach his own family’,
Listen: ‘It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you don’t stop’,
Fortuitous: ‘To be wronged is nothing unless you continue to remember it’...

The hardest thing of all is to find a black cat in a dark room… if there’s no cat,
Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance,
Understanding: ‘Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it’, 
Truly epic but so belligerently soothing… then, 
Have no friends not equal to you… 


Confucius: Chinese philosopher who lived from circa 551BC – to 479BC
All lines in italics are aphorisms of Confucius himself

8 October 2009; Thursday; (10h51) 

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