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Confucius (c. 551--479 B.C.). Chines philosopher, who was a statesman and adviser to various feudal lords.When none would implement his philosophy of perfecting one's own moral character, he became a teacher. He found the key to to successfully send message by having adequate knowledge of words you speak.
TONIGHT we talk all about betrayal. We see it on every reality show, on every primetime show from Scandal, The Voice, & Survivor. So We have familiy betraying family and friends betraying friends. We open up the lines for everyone to share their stories.
Betrayal is defined as being unfaithful, disloyal, or decieving someone that has put their trust in you.
“It is easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”
? William Blake
“Et tu, Brute?”
? William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
“It is more shameful to distrust our friends than to be deceived by them.”
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What does the great prophets such as Jesus Christ, Mohammed, Buddah, Confucius, Moses, (and many others) have in common with Bill Gates and you ? Social Wealth. Our social network is not only a very important asset to us all, but developing your social network is an essential life skill. During this episode of It's My House we shall be giving you the tools that you need to increase your social networth.
What are you passionate about? Have you ever wanted to do what you love for your career? Confucius said, "find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life". So, what holds so many of us back? Do you know what your passion is? Join Shirley Gutkowski Host of Cross Link Radio as she discusses Exploiting Your Passion with Beth Thompson RDH, BS, FACE, OM and founder of CareerFusion, LLC. Beth Thompson celebrates 30+ years as an RDH and&nb
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Let us explore the self inflicted complexities of desiring to please others and not carrying strong emotions like guilt, resentment and shame that complicate our lives. We will also learn how to make choices that assist us in leading simple, carefree lives free of judgment and drama. “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” ~Confucius
Today is Confucius Day kids! How exciting is that? Well, Confucius' lesser known brother Profucius will be here with us to share his very special kind of wisdom with our vast and diverse worldwide audience along with celebrating all that is great about China. We'll also be checking in to see Ted Cruz is still talking and have a special edition of The McLaughlin Group! We'll explor the Sensual Side of LIfe with Drew Peacock and of course visit the Poet's Corner with Paul Piatt A
Wish your child was as smart as an Asian kid? How do Asian children excel and receive awards for science, technology, engineering and mathematics? Yukong Zhao (pronounced You-kong Zow) grew up in a Confucius-influenced household in China and has lilved in the U.S. since 1992. He is the author of "THE CHINESE SECRETS FOR SUCCESS, his first American title. Zhao, explains that if you ingrain five traditional Chinese values into your children's lives, they too can excel. With dozens
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A show dedicated to exploring Wisdom of the Ages, by Dr. Wayne Dyer. In this book, Dr. Dyer highlights the messages of sixty ancient spiritual teachers, and translates this knowledge into advice that we can apply in the 21 century. Join Cloris as she explores the topic of patience through the words of Confucius, the Chinese philosopher. Call in with comments or questions! Visit Cloris’s blog: http://selfactualizedlife.blogspot.com and follow her on Facebook: https://www.fa
GLMX #90: You Can Find the Bodies of Mohammed, Buddha, and Confucius, But You Cannot Find the Body o
One of my favorite verses in the Bible is Matthew 28:6, "He [Jesus] is not here: for he is risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay."
One of the most famous Buddhist temples in the world is the Shwe Dagon. It stands on a hill over 200 feet high and rises some 200 feet higher. It is covered with a pure gold leaf. Around its base are hundreds of small pagodas, in each of which is some relic of a teacher of Buddhism. Embedded in the solid masonry of the base is a
100 Days of Preaching the Gospel #57 | with Daniel Whyte III
SCRIPTURE -- John 10:14-18:
Muhammad lived until he was 62 years old and died of an illness. Confucius lived until he was 72 years old and died of grief over the loss of his sons and his friends. Historians tell us that Buddha died at age 80 presumably of natural causes. And the Bible tells us that Abraham, the father of the Jews, died in "the good old age" of 175.
Yet, the Bible and history tell us t
Confucius cautions us with "May you live in interesting times." Is it possible all our advancement has lead us to forget the things we once knew inherently?Join us as we ponder the greatness we have achieved technologically, but wonder if a return to a simpler way of life is possible at this point....
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Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life. ~Confucius We spend so much of our time in our career, let's be happy doing it! Julie Bauke, founder and CEO of the Bauke group, and author of Stop Peeing On Your Shoes, will share tips on how a focus on having the right career radiates through the rest of your life. Stop Peeing On Your Shoes, Avoiding the 7 Mistakes The Screw Up Your Job Search is full of secrets Julie shares from the front lines. She is a woman who