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On occasions of festivity to be on the left hand








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


On occasions of festivity to be on the left hand is the prized
position; on occasions of mourning, the right hand The second in
command of the army has his place on the left; the general commanding
in chief has his on the right;--his place, that is, is assigned to him
as in the rites of mourning He who has killed multitudes of men
should weep for them with the bitterest grief; and the victor in
battle has his place (rightly) according to those rites





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