"A great man is he who does not lose his child's heart."
Mencius (c.372 - c.289 BC)
Contributed by: prana
Kindly words do not enter so deeply into men as a reputation for kindness.
Source: The Works of Mencius
Contributed by: ingebrita
Men must be decided on what they will not do, and then they are able to act with vigor on what they ought to do.
Contributed by: HeyOK
Truth uttered before its time is dangerous.
Contributed by: Zaady
If you love men and they are unfriendly, look into your love; if you rule men and they are unruly, look into your wisdom; if you are courteous to them and they do not respond, look into your courtesy. If what you do is vain, always seek within.
Friendship is one mind in two bodies.
The great man is he who does not lose his child's heart.
The Tao is near and people seek it far away.
The great man does not think beforehand of his words that they may be sincere, nor of his actions that they may be resolute-he simply speaks and does what is right.
The great man is he who does not lose his childlike heart.
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