Confucius... His Take on Honor...  

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
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10/11/2005 5:47 am

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Confucius... His Take on Honor...

Perceiving what is right, and doing it not, argues lack of courage.” ‒ Confucius

I fear that millions of people all over the world fall upon this category of non-courageous actions.

Knowing that you “are” or even having the “slightest of doubts” about whether or not what you are doing is the right thing means a person is not a courageous person. When in doubt, seek guidance! To do something you know is wrong is the absolute of all possible cowardice!

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LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
10/11/2005 5:39 pm

When I was saying millions, I was refering to probably 90% of the world population. I was trying to say it in a polite manner by not saying "billions".

Corperate America is a perfect example...

Ethics stolen from Japan and falsely used. Japanese believe in keeping a closer eye on older employees because they learn ways to bend rules easier then new employees. In America they do the same yet they watch new employees and not the older ones. That is exactly why we hear about scandals so often and have bosses screwing female workers and such...

LoyaltyandHonor 35M/31F
1241 posts
10/11/2005 5:13 pm

One who is compassionate is best amongst martial artists Kon...

Martial art actually stands for "prevent conflict".

konkali 40F

10/11/2005 9:44 am

or sometimes compassion.. it is hard to offer good blanket statements to such ideologies..
one must be wary of how they act in the world and with the world, for in some statments there is a blatant path to self rightousness.. not good for one or for any..

areugame4 46M

10/11/2005 7:04 am

Thinks honor should be in front of loyalty... but the way I read it it is... truely a master at your art.... and you have such a word of ways....

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