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Kong Qiu, one day, maybe just one day, you'll make China a more peaceful place because of you.
YES MASTER KONG!
And remember, practical direction on life and self is more important than those around you. Got it?
During 551-479 BC, in a province on the east coast of China, a famous philosopher was born. He was known as Kong Qiu, otherwise known as Confucious.
Humanity, rectitude, tradition, knowledge, and scrupulousness.
Years later, he made his own house into a school. Almost everyday, students would come into his home and learn about his teachings. His fame grew and grew, plus he even became chancellor.
Do unto others as you would have done to yourself.
Back in the day, Chinese states were often at war, and this became a problem for the prince of Lu. He then decided to take a 13-year hike, also known as a sabbatical in Confucianism.
In some of Confucius's teachings, he taught other things such as the Five Constants: humanity, rectitude, tradition, knowledge, and scrupulousness.
What are the Five Constants?
He also invented the Golden Rule; "Do unto others as you would have done to yourself."
He also made filial piety, which is a virtue of respect for one's parents, elders, and ancestors. Along with that was the Three Fundamental Bonds, which is the key relations between your relatives.
It's not your fault, Mom, I was the one who dropped the glass.
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