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As Confucious once said and I agree:

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“CHOOSE  A  JOB  YOU  LOVE,  AND  YOU  WILL  NEVER  HAVE  TO  WORK  A  DAY  IN  YOUR  LIFE”

Confucious was a philosopher, teacher and political figure, born August 27, 551 B.C. in Tuo, China. He founded Confucianism, a humanistic school of thought that emphasizes the moral principles of benevolence, propriety and ritual. Confucius died on November 21, 479 B.C. in Qufu, China. Today he is widely considered one of the most influential thinkers in Chinese history.

 
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Posted by on July 23, 2012 in Confucious, Eric Lindsay

 

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As Confucious (551 BC-479 BC) once said and I agree:

   “BETTER  A  DIAMOND  WITH  A  FLAW  THAN  A  PEBBLE  WITHOUT”

Confucious was a philosopher, teacher and political figure, born August 27, 551 B.C. in Tuo, China. He founded Confucianism, a humanistic school of thought that emphasizes the moral principles of benevolence, propriety and ritual. Confucius died on November 21, 479 B.C. in Qufu, China. Today he is widely considered one of the most influential thinkers in Chinese history.

 
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Posted by on July 20, 2012 in Confucious, Eric Lindsay

 

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Epigram

As Confucious once said and I agree

 

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“OUR  GREATEST  GLORY  IS  NOT  IN  NEVER  FALLING,  BUT  IN  GETTING  UP  EVERY  TIME  WE  DO”

Confucious was a philosopher, teacher and political figure, born August 27, 551 B.C. in Tuo, China. He founded Confucianism, a humanistic school of thought that emphasizes the moral principles of benevolence, propriety and ritual. Confucius died on November 21, 479 B.C. in Qufu, China. Today he is widely considered one of the most influential thinkers in Chinese history.

 
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Posted by on July 19, 2012 in Confucious, Eric Lindsay

 

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