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Quote of the Day: Confucius

A Tang Dynasty portrait of Confucius (by Wu Da...

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“Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses” (Confucius).

Hey guys,

Since I am still thinking about Thanksgiving, and Christmas is right around the corner, I thought I would post a quote on kindness.  I think around the holidays it is important to be kind to others and to remember there are people out there that love and care about you.  We may all  be going through “rough patches” or do not feel “wanted,” but I think Confucius is right when he states we must not dwell on the negatives.  We must remember that there are kind people in the world and not to focus on the bad things that have happened in our lives.  The holidays are a time where we put our troubles aside, if only for a moment, and remember the good we have in our lives.  I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving and has an even better Christmas, Hunukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.  Happy Holidays!



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4 thoughts on “Quote of the Day: Confucius

  1. I agree not to focus on the negatives but learn from them. I think with age comes the wisdom to realize yes there is a lot of good in our lives. Merry Christmas to you

  2. Your kindness is much appreciated–Thank you for the Follow. 🙂

  3. From a political propaganda perspective there is great wisdom in Confucius and Koran and US ought to be more skillful in showing the contradictions between these and actions of China and Islam on world scene, recent past and present. Of course the West has not been very good Christians as well.

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