Confucius: The Great Learning & The Doctrine of the Mean
The path of nature adhered to is the path of heaven, such is Confucius spiritual cultivation. Conditioning of the self extending to the ability of caring for family members and then to the caring of a multitude of families as government. The great learning and the doctrine of the mean involves placing into value spiritual nature onto attaining mastery of cultivation.
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