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  • By Lexi Bullen, Marcello Deluca, Kaelan Fitzpatrick, Bouji Galea, Kyrstin Gee, Tristan Hanraets, Madison Hertzog, Caili Inman, and Isabelle strachan

  • Analects 2:1

  • "The Master said, 'When walking with

    two other people, I will always find a teacher among them. I focus

    on those who are good and seek to

    emulate them, and focus on those who

    are bad in order to be reminded of what

    needs to be changed in myself.' "

    Analects 7:22

    Caili Inman

  • a younger brother walks slowly and follows behind his elders. if he hurried and stepped in front of them we would say that he was not a proper younger brother.

    it would not be a matter of his being incapable of walking slowly, but of his failing to do so.

    Isabelle Strachan, Mencius 6b:2

  • The master said, "when the multitude hates a person, you must examine them and judge for yourself. The same holds true for whom the mulitude

    love."

    ISabelle Strachan, analects 15:28

  • "One day the stables burned. When the master returned from court, he asked, 'Was

    anyone hurt?' He did not ask about the horses."

    Marcello DeLuca

    In the olden days, horses were very valuable...

    Stables can hold from a few to a few hundred horses.

    BUT PEOPLE WERE MORE IMPORTANT TO THE MASTER.

    Your words here...ANALECTS 10:17

  • "THe mater said, "to make a mistake and yet to not

    change your ways--this is what is called truly making

    a mistake.' "

    Analect 15:30 (madison hertzog)

  • ""The Master said, 'If you learn without

    thinking about what you learned, you will be lost. If you think without learning,

    however, you will fall into danger.' "

    Analects 2:15

    Caili Inman

  • "FROM THE LOVING EXAMPLE OF ONE FAMILY A WHOLE STATE BECOMES LOVING, AND FROM ITS COURTESIES THE WHOLE STATE BECOMES COURTEOUS, WHILE FROM THE AMBITION AND PERVERSENESS OF ONE MAN THE WHOLE STATE MAY BE LED TO REBELLION AND DISORDER; SUCH IS THE NATURE OF INFLUENCE."

    One person...

    Can influence an entire group.

    WHether positively or negatively

    Great lerning, chapter nineMarcello DeLuca

  • "A true gentleman always points out the

    goodness in others but does not speak loudly

    of their faults."

    Wrong ->

    Right i v

    Your clothes

    are ugly.

    You have Cool

    shoes.

    Analects 12:16

    Kyrstin Gee

  • "Do not do unto others the things you

    would not want others to do unto

    you."

    analectics,15:24 (Kaelan Fitzpatrick)

  • Big Brother your

    amazing!

    "By learning to respect one's elder brother, one is preparing to serve all

    the elders of the country."

    Now that i respect my big brother, i

    will be polite and respectful to my

    grandparents!.

    Hello Grand-father!

    Great Learning, chapter 8

    Kyrstin Gee

  • the empire The state The family

    The root of the empire is in the state

    The root of the state is in the family

    "there is a common saying: 'the empire, the state, the family.' the root of the empire is in the state. the root of the state is in the family." - Mencius 4a:5

  • "By nature, men are alike. By practice, men

    become far apart."

    Analectis 17:2 (kaelan Fitzpatrick)

  • When the personal life is cultivated, the family will be regulated; when the family is regulated, the state may be in order

    When you succeed at being an individual move in and succed with the family

    When the famiily is calm as the night sky, and no quarrels are present, the world can be in unison

    When the world is in sync, it will become a better place

    These solid beliefs are what make the world a better place to live.

    Alejandro galea Great learning prefactorory remarks

  • "a true gentleman makes demands upon himself but not on others."

    - analects 15:20

    A true gentleman...

    Makes demands... Upon himself...

    But not on others.

  • Nowadays, filial piety means to make sure that one's parents have enough to eat. But dogs and horses are also cared for to the same extent. If there is not feeling of respect, what is the difference?

    I need to eat! So do I!

    I love my parents and will make sure they are happy, as well as my pets.

    The difference? the parents do so much and sacrifice so much to keep their children happy. For this, filial piety extends beyond just making sure they have enough to eat, it goes without saying that we would help them whenever we can.

    Alejandro Galea Analects2:7

  • I examine myself daily on three things: have I always been loyal to their interests when acting on behalf of others? Have I always been true to my own word in dealing with friends? Have I forgot what was handed down to me from times before?