The superior man ordinarily considers the left hand the most honourable





The superior man ordinarily considers the left hand the most
honourable place, but in time of war the right hand Those sharp

weapons are instruments of evil omen, and not the instruments of the

superior man;--he uses them only on the compulsion of necessity Calm

and repose are what he prizes; victory (by force of arms) is to him

undesirable To consider this desirable would be to delight in the

slaughter of men; and he who delights in the slaughter of men cannot

get his will in the kingdom





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