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Teokset Teokset 1 - 4 / 4 haulle Let us cease from wrath, and refrain from angry looks. Nor let us be resentful when....
" Let us cease from wrath, and refrain from angry looks. Nor let us be resentful when others differ from us. For all men have hearts, and each heart has its own leanings. Their right is our wrong, and our right is their wrong. We are not unquestionably... "
The Woman Without a Hole - & Other Risky Themes from Old Japanese Poems - Sivu 23
tekijä(t) Robin D. Gill - 2007 - 490 sivua
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Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the Earliest Times to A.D. 697, Nide 1

1896
...each heart has its own leanings. Their right is our wrong, and our right is their wrong. We are not v unquestionably sages, nor are they unquestionably...another, wise and foolish, like a ring which has no XXIF. 13. end. Therefore, although others give way to anger, let us on the contrary dread our own faults,...

Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World

2003 - 210 sivua
...leanings." Although this appears to be recognition of individuality, it goes on to rhetorically ask, "How can any one lay down a rule by which to distinguish right from wrong?" and coneludes, "let us follow the multitude and act like them. " Article Fifteen further orders subjects...
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NOBILITY AND CIVILITY

William Theodore De Bary, Wm. Theodore De Bary - 2004 - 256 sivua
...doctrinaire or dogmatic, one is unlikely to find in the Confucian classics anything quite like "How can one lay down a rule by which to distinguish right from wrong?" This certainly does not sound like Mencius, in what we have seen above, when he insisted that the ruler,...
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Prince and the Monk, The: Shotoku Worship in Shinran's Buddhism

Kenneth Doo Lee - 2012 - 242 sivua
...vassal do not observe good faith toward one another, everything without exception ends in failure. X. Let us cease from wrath and refrain from angry...all, one with another, wise and foolish, like a ring that has no end. Therefore, although others give way to anger, let us on the contrary dread our own...
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