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1. 子贡问:「赐也何如」子:「女,器也。」:「何器也」:「瑚琏也。」
: Tzu Kung asked: "What do you say of me?"Confucius said, "You are a vessel."What kind of vessel."A gemmed sacrificial vessel."
2. 古诗
As an ancient poet once wrote:
3. :“有教无类。”
Confucius once said, @Instruction knows no class distinction.
4. :「吾未见刚者。」或对:「申。」子:「申也欲,焉得刚」
Confucius said: "I have not yet met a really solid man."Someone said, "What about Shan Ch'ang?"Confucius said, "Ch'ang is ruled by lust. How could he be solid?"
5. 植煌猛镜亩
Four Different Purposes for Dialogs
6. 好和坏只是名称而已,随时都可以转换;合我心意者对,不合我心意者错。
Good and bad are but names readily transferable to that or this; the only right is what is after my constitution, the only wrong, what is against it.
7. 老子提出“知和常,知常明”;
Lao Zi regarded harmony as a general rule.
8. 孙子:凡火攻有五:一火人,二火积,三火辎,四火库,五火队。
Sun Tzu said: There are five ways of attacking with fire. The first is to burn soldiers in their camp;the second is to burn stores; the third is to burn baggage trains; the fourth is to burn arsenals and magazines;the fifth is to hurl dropping fire amongst the enemy.
9. :“识时务者为俊杰。”
The old proverb says, "Whosoever understands the signs of the times is a great man."
10. 子贡问:「孔文子何以谓之文也」子:「敏而好学,不耻下问,是以谓之文也。」
Tzu Kung asked: "How did Kung Wen Tzu get the title 'wen'? (wen = "learned, literary, refined") Confucius said, "He was diligent and loved to study. He was also unashamed to ask questions to his inferiors. Therefore he got the name "wen."