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4. Tsze-lfi then said, ‘I should like, sir, to hear your wishes.’ The Master said, ‘ They are, in regard to the aged, to give them rest ; in regard to friends, to show them sincerity ; in regard to the young,

to treat them tenderly.’

CHAP. XXVI. The Master said, ‘ It- is all over! I have not yet seen one who could perceive his faults, and inwardly accuse himself.’

CHAP. XXVII.

The Master said, ‘In a hamlet of ten families,

there may be found one honourable and sincere as I am, but not so

fond of learning.’

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1. The Master said, ‘ There is Yung l—He might

2. Chung-kung asked about Tsze-sang Po-tsze. The Master said,

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He does not mind small matters.’

3. Chung-kung said, ‘ If a man cherish in himself a reverential

feeling of the necessity of attention to business, though he may be easy in small matters in his government of the people, that may be allowed. But if he cherish in himself that easy feeling, and also carry it out in his practice, is not such an easy mode of procedure

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CHAP. II. The duke Ai asked which of the disciples loved to

learn. Confucius replied to him, to learn. He did not transfer his

"There was Yen Hui; HE loved anger; he did not repeat a fault.

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a superior man helps the distressed, but does not add to the wealth

of the rich.’

3. Yuan Sze being made governor of his town by the ZlIaster, he gave him nine hundred measures of grain, but Sze declined them. 4. The Master said, ‘ Do not decline them. May you not give them awa in the neighbourhoods, hamlets, towns, and villages? ' HAP. IV. The Master, speaking of Chung-kung, said, ‘If the calf of a brindled cow be red and horned, although men may not wish to use it, would the spirits of the mountains and rivers put it

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CHAP. V. The Master said, ‘ Such was Hfli that for three months there would be nothing in his mind contrary to perfect virtue. The others may attain to this on some days or in some months, but

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CRAP. VI. Chi K‘ang asked about Chung-yd, whether he was fit to be employed as an oflicer 0f overnment. The Master said, ‘Yfl is a man of decision; what diéculty would he find in being an officer of government '4 ’ K'ung asked, ‘ Is Ts'ze fit to be employed as an ofiicer of government? and was answered, ‘ Ts‘ze is a man of intelligence; what difficulty would he find in being an officer of government? And to the same question about Ch‘iu the Master

ave the same reply, saying, ‘ Ch‘ifl is a man of various ability.’

CHAP. VII. The chief of the Chi family sent to ask Min Tszech‘ien to be governor of Pi. Min Tsze-ch‘ien said, ‘ Decline the offer for me politely. If any one come again to me with a second invitation, I shall be obliged to go and live on the banks of the Wan.’

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