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what are the elements of Taoism, Confucianism, and Shintoism?

what are the elements of Taoism, Confucianism, and Shintoism


  1. Ninja Turtle AM (å¿è€…ä¹Œé¾Ÿã€æ— ç¥žè®ºè€…çš„ä½›æ•™å¾’ï¼‰

    Taoism, Nature (自然)
    Confucian, humane (仁)
    Shintoism, I have absolutely no idea, it is a combination of Japanese’s Peasant’s belief and Buddhism.

  2. In the Chinese Confucius’ teaching, high moral human characters are valued: kindness, manner, knowledge, honesty, …etc. Confucianism is a philosophy emphasizing in good moral characters in one’s conduct toward others: from the family, to other people, and ultimately to the country. Therefore Confucius teaching is suitable from kindergartners, students in many levels: politicians, parents, workers, merchants, to empire. The study of Confucianism was required to pass written examination for government posts in many dynasties of China. Confucius attempted to convince the warlords to execute peaceful ruling over the citizens as to prevent war and killings. Confucius continued to learn to gain new knowledge, Confucius spent his life never stopping learning while he had many students and was famous.
    Daoist teaching can be found in Dao Te Ching and Daoist Canon. In order to comprehend the ancient scriptures, you’ll need to be an excellent Chinese scholar in Chinese literature. Or you’ll need to find a high level Daoist master, who is difficult to come by.
    There is an alternative, you learn about the Taoist belief from the online lecture:
    An excerpt from the Zhuan Falun Lecture about Daoism (Taoism) :
    “Daoists cultivate True, Good, Endure with an emphasis on being True. That’s why Daoists strive to, “cultivate truth and nourish inborn nature, say true words, do true things, be a truthful person, return to your original, true self, and ultimately cultivate into a True Person.” But they also have Endure, and they also have Good, it’s just that the emphasis is on cultivating the True part.”
    At the beginning level of practice: “In the Daoist small worldly paths they don’t cultivate longevity. What they do is all about fortune-telling, feng shui reading, exorcising evil, and healing people, and most small worldly paths use sorcery.” copied from page #105 in the same Lecture on the web
    Not relating to Buddhism nor Daoism, Falun Gong is a unique Buddhist School, combining the Daoist and Buddhist practice. consisting of five sets of powerful exercises.
    Falun Gong, Tibetans, other Buddhists, and Christians have been persecuted in China. The most offensive human right violation is the organ harvesting from the Falun Gong practitioners in China.
    Can you kindly sign a petition to stop persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, please ?


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