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When we see persons…

IMAGE: (The master said:) When we see persons of worth, we should think of equaling them; when we see persons of a contrary character, we should turn inwards and examine ourselves.

(The master said:) When we see persons of worth, we should think of equaling them; when we see persons of a contrary character, we should turn inwards and examine ourselves. – Confucius (551? – 479B.C.): Lun Yü [The Analects (of… More »

賢を見ては斉しからん…

IMAGE: (The master said:) When we see persons of worth, we should think of equaling them; when we see persons of a contrary character, we should turn inwards and examine ourselves.

(子曰く、)賢を見ては斉しからん(ひとしからん)ことを思ひ(おもい)、不賢を見ては内に自ら省みるなり。 – 孔子 (紀元前551? – 前479): 『論語』里仁(りじん) / ([(漢)子曰、見賢思齊焉、見不賢而内自省也。]) (d BossarteによるPixabayからの画像) (Google Translateのエンジンを使用した、Sound of Textによるテキスト読み上げ) More »

To learn something…

IMAGE: To learn something and regularly practice it -- is it not a joy? To have schoolfellows come from distant states -- is it not a pleasure? Not to blame when men do not accept you -- is it not like a gentleman?

To learn something and regularly practice it — is it not a joy? To have schoolfellows come from distant states — is it not a pleasure? Not to blame when men do not accept you — is it not like… More »

学びて時にこれを習う…

IMAGE: To learn something and regularly practice it -- is it not a joy? To have schoolfellows come from distant states -- is it not a pleasure? Not to blame when men do not accept you -- is it not like a gentleman?

(子曰く、)学びて時にこれを習う、また説ばしからずや(よろこばしからずや)。朋有り(ともあり)遠方より来たる、また楽しからずや。人知らずして慍みず(うらみず)[慍らず(いきどおらず)]、また君子ならずや。 – 孔子 (紀元前551? – 前479): 『論語』学而(がくじ) / ([(漢)学而時習之、不亦説乎。有朋自遠方来、不亦楽乎。人不知而不慍、不亦君子乎。]) (Peggy und Marco Lachmann-AnkeによるPixabayからの画像) (Google Translateのエンジンを使用した、Sound of Textによるテキスト読み上げ) More »

Carrying knowledge…

IMAGE: Carrying knowledge into new fields. / He that would know what shall be must consider what has been.

Carrying knowledge into new fields. – Confucius (551? – 479B.C.): Lun Yü [The Analects (of Confucius)] / He that would know what shall be must consider what has been. More »

温故…

IMAGE: Carrying knowledge into new fields. / He that would know what shall be must consider what has been.

温故知新。[故きを温ねて新しきを知る(ふるきをたずねてあたらしきをしる)。/故きを温めて新しきを知る。] – 孔子 (紀元前551? – 前479): 『論語』為政 / これからどうなるか知ろうと思う者は、これまでどうであったかをよく考えねばならない。 More »

The gentleman is harmonious…

IMAGE: The gentleman is harmonious but not conformable; the small man is conformable but not harmonious.

The gentleman is harmonious but not conformable; the small man is conformable but not harmonious. – Confucius (551? – 479B.C.): Lun Yü [The Analects (of Confucius)] (trans. by Kô Shyôrin (1958 – )) More »

学びて思わざれば則ち…

IMAGE: Learning without thought is labor [labour] lost; thought without learning is perilous.

学びて思わざれば則ち(すなわち)罔し(くらし)、思いて学ばざれば則ち殆し(あやうし)。 – 孔子 (紀元前551? – 前479): 『論語』為政 / ([(漢)学而不思則罔、思而不学則殆。]) / (自由があっても学びが…) More »

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