Saturday, January 28, 2012

Confucius’ Five Virtues

Confucius was a wise teacher with many famous sayings similar to the proverbs of King Solomon. Confucius’ Five Virtues are:

Ren, the virtue of benevolence, charity, and humanity

Yi, the virtue of honesty and uprightness;

Zhi, the virtue of knowledge or wisdom;

Xin, the virtue of faithfulness and integrity; and,

Li, the virtue of correct behavior, or propriety, good manners, politeness, ceremony, worship.

These are all good things. Against such there is no law.

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