Anti-Note: This post is a parody of a ‘translation’ of this otherwise profound Daoist text generated by a European Christian Missionary whose purpose in China
An important part of this body of Chinese cultural identity is ancient and premised upon the idea of ‘longevity’ – (or ‘living for a long-time’) – which is central to all Chinese systems of exercise, diet and medicine, etc. Due to various racist approaches adopted by the West – many very old people living in China are viewed as being a figment of the Chinese imagination – whilst obviously ‘fake’ elderly people emerging from ‘White’ countries are accepted to a fanfare of support despite no evidence whatsoever!
Death certainly seems to a) happen, and b) exist, as we are left with a dead body and grieving relatives and friends, but this analysis
Confucius Opposes Killing 季康子问政于孔子曰：“如杀无道，以就有道，何如” 孔子对曰：“子为政，焉用杀？子欲善而民善矣。君子之德风，小人之德草，草，上之风，必偃。” Confucius: Analects – Book 12 – Chapter 19 Ji Kangzi asked Confucius about the nature of politics: ‘Is it not a matter of
Yin – Yang (陰陽) = ‘Shadow’ (‘Lack of Light’, ‘Dark’) – ‘Non-Shadow’ (‘Presence of Light’, ‘ Bright’) Taiji Tu (太极图) = ‘Grand Ridge-Pole’ (a theoretical
Every so often, my SanghaHommune blog attracts the less well-known and ‘desperate’ for acknowledgement ‘Trotskyites’ (and their far-right allies) who think they can use my substantial reading