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China’s Classic of Poetry : An Ancient Work Advocating Virtue and Morality
The Classic of Poetry (詩經 Shijing) is China's first collection of poems. Initially called "Poetry" or “300 poems,” it was later listed as one of the Confucian classics and called the Classic of Poetry. It...
Doctors in New Zealand make $1,087 to euthanize patients. COVID-19 patients can be considered eligible, says the Ministry of Health
Doctors Can Earn $1,087 to Euthanize COVID Patients in New Zealand
The Government of New Zealand has confirmed that Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients are eligible for a newly-enacted euthanasia law that pays doctors who provide the service a $1,087 plus travel expenses fee. The New...
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Jun Zi: Confucius’ Teachings on Being a Gentleman
Jun Zi (君子), an ancient Chinese term, describes a virtuous man who is forever striving to perfect his character through virtue and morality; namely, a gentleman. “A true gentleman needs to possess the qualities of...
Confucius: A Superior Man Treats People With Benevolence and Respect
The principle of “Benevolence,” as advocated by Confucius, is not only a social and political ideal but also an ethical and moral standard. The object of benevolence is to care for others. Based on the...
Goodwill Employee Returns $42,000 Found in Donated Sweaters, Rewarded for her Honesty
What would you do if you found tens of thousands of dollars in cold, hard cash hidden in two sweaters donated to a Goodwill store you work for? Nobody would know if you kept quiet....
Confucius taught his disciple Zi Gong many life principles that led the talented student to become an exceptional businessman.
Confucius’s Business Wisdom
Zi Gong, born in 520 BC, a native of the state of Wei, was one of Confucius’s ten most outstanding disciples. He was well rounded, a well-educated Confucian scholar, an outstanding politician, a diplomat who...
The Miraculous Healing Effects of Good Music
During World War II, the U.S. Army field hospitals were filled with wounded soldiers. In hot weather, with hordes of mosquitoes and a severe shortage of medicine, the rate of surgical infection and mortality was...