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The wisdom of The Su Shu

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T he Way, virtue, benevolence, righteousness and propriety are one. The Way is what we practise, and it perfects all beings without their knowledge. Virtue is attained from practising the Way; it enables all beings to be as they should. Benevolence arises from unconditional love, compassion and wisdom; it brings people closer. Righteousness is what we ought to do, for example, rewarding the kind and punishing the unkind. This accomplishes merit and honour. Propriety is what we should practise, for example, rising early and resting at a reasonable time. This accomplishes the orderliness of the human relations.

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