Complete Conduct Principles for the 21st Century: The English -Simplified Chinese Page to Page Correspondence Display Edition, Useful for Learning Chinese (Google eBook)

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Nicer Century World Publishing, Sep 1, 2008 - Foreign Language Study - 360 pages
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A perfect book for learning Chinese and at the same time learning good conduct for the coming years. In addition to learning Chinese, BENEFITS to each individual reader: Many! -- such as for health, education, work, job, career, success, self-improvement, relationships, spirit, mind, well-being, and much more. People around you will benefit, too. You may ask yourself --- > How to make people like you and respect you > How to win friends > How to let your conduct help your health, work, job, career, success, relationships, spirit, mind, well-being, ... > How to make your life smoother and happier > How to do whatever you like without being unpleasant to other people > How to develop good conduct in your children or students > How to make the world peaceful and better You can find all the answers to these questions, and much more, in this respectable and lovable book. The complete useful conduct principles cover not only what we should do, but also what we should not do -- especially those faults people make often and easily. It is praised as "a compendium of concisely expressed, practical, informative, pertinent, workable advice" by a professional book reviewer.
  

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Contents

Courageous Firm Unyielding and Strong
184
Independence Unless Necessary Dont Depend on Other People
186
Openminded
192
Resolute
194
Dont Boast of Yourself Dont Brag of Yourself Dont Exaggerate Dont Talk Recklessly Dont Invent False Information
196
Unless Necessary Talk Less about Yourself but Concern Yourself More about Other People
198
Selfexamination
200
Have the Courage to Acknowledge a Fault Correct It When You Know a Fault
202

Respect Other Persons Privacy
76
Keep an Appropriate Distance
78
Sympathy Compassion
82
Humor
84
Good Manners
86
Fine ChihJyr that is Fine Outward Manifestation of Temperament and Disposition
88
Appreciating and Rewarding Your Parents Filial Piety
90
Incorruptness
92
Fair Just
94
Understand Yourself
96
Selfrespect Selfconfidence Elimination of the Sense of Inferiority
98
Try to Understand Other Person Avoid Misunderstanding
102
Dont Overestimate or Underestimate a Friendship Too Much
106
Psychological Adjustment for Using Modern Communication Tools
108
Your Expectation Should Not Exceed the Reality Too Much
114
Be Considerate to Others Think from Other Persons Point of View
116
Guess Other Persons Feelings by Your Own Place Yourself in Anothers Position
118
Dont Build Your Joy upon Another Persons Pain
120
Enjoy Freedom but Dont Disturb Other People
122
Being HouhDau that is Blend of Being Kindhearted Being Generous Being Honest and Being Considerate
124
Propriety Courtesy
126
Kind
128
Harmonious
130
Distinguish Clearly between Right and Wrong between Good and Evil
132
Moral Sense
134
Sense of Honor
136
Sense of Shame
138
Sense of Responsibility
140
YihChi that is Blend of Faith Righteousness Being Careful of Friendships Being Faithful to Friends and Appreciation Reward for Favors
142
Dont Be Meddlesome
144
Dont Take Your Anger on a PersonMatter Out on Another
146
Dont Act Only According to Your Emotions without Restraint
150
Dont Cause People Around Pain or Unpleasantness
152
Ethics of Competitions
154
Avoid Being Jealous of Other Person
156
Avoid That Other Person Is Jealous of You
158
Dont Rely on the Competitors Fall but on Your Own Rise for a Competition
160
Never Do Harm to Other Person
162
Broad Love
164
Careful in Speaking
166
Never Be Impulsive Never Lose SelfControl
168
Calm
172
Rational
174
Broadminded
176
Avoid Criticizing a Third Person
178
True
180
Optimistic
182
Magnanimous to Others Lenient to Others
204
Dont Take Advantage of Other Persons Weakness
206
Careful about Your Style of Conversation
208
Careful about Your Behavior
210
Careful about Your Habits of Cleanliness and Hygiene
212
Develop Your Habits of Proper and Refined Behavior
216
Dont Make an Arbitrary Implication
218
Objective
222
Creditable Trustworthy
224
Showing Morality Is More Important Than Showing Cleverness
226
Dont Make Mischief and Trouble among People
228
Dont Bother about the Trifles of the Unworthy Affairs of Relations among People Dont Bother about Other Persons Incorrect Criticism
230
Avoid Generating Enemies
234
Try to Interest Yourself in Anothers Talk during a Friendly or Social Conversation
236
During a Social Conversation with Several Persons Try to Take Care of All
238
Dont Curse or Grumble Arbitrarily
240
Consultation and Mutual Consent
242
Friendly
244
Concern Yourself about Other People
246
Dont Judge a Person by HisHer Outward Appearance
248
Dont Criticize or Tease Anothers Outward Appearance
250
Acknowledgment
252
Help Relieve Friends Worries Share Your Joy with Friends Congratulate or Praise Friends
254
Help Friends but Dont Intend to Gain Any Profit or Advantage from a Friend
256
If You Want to Do a Thing Do It Well
258
Lasting
260
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Disability
262
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Race or Color
264
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Nationality or National Origin
266
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones State Residence Region or Accent
270
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Gender
276
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Outward Appearance
278
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Poverty
280
Dont Discriminate against One According to Ones Religion Choice
282
112 Democracy
284
Dont Let Your Sayings and Doings Transgress What Is Proper
286
Be Careful Dont Make Sexual Harassment
288
Lawabiding
294
View of the International Society
296
118 View of Peace
298
View of the World
300
View of DahTurng in the 21st Century that is Blended View of Universal Harmony a Nice Human Society and Sharing the World with All People
302
Consistent
304
What People Say about Complete Conduct Principles for the 21st Century Provided by Nicer Century World Organization
306
Backcover of Complete Conduct Principles for the 21st Century Provided by Nicer Century World Organization
330
Principle Index
342
General Index
351

About the author (2008)

John Newton holds a Ph.D. from MIT, and does researches at Harvard. His long-term research on The personal conduct in the human society of the 21st century resulted in this book.Before the human beings went into the 21st century, the compassionate, merciful, courageous and farsighted Dr. Newton had issued a number of warning predictions, some of which have already been proved in the new century.Although Dr. Newton is extremely busy with his beloved researches, for numerous people sincerely seeking his helps, he has done his best to offer the helps. In addition to the broad and profound helps produced by the book, for the individual help requests, he has rescued the minds of many people, with whom he had never been acquainted at all, so that they could begin the new happy lives on the edge of grief and despair. In some of those cases, he has also saved the lives which otherwise might be imminently destroyed.

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