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Feng Shui Confucius Statue

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Material: Resin
Size (LxWxH/cm): 6x5x11cm


Confucius is the westernized name for Kung Fu Tzu or Kung Fuzi, who is one the most famous people in China who lived about 2500 years ago. He was the founder Confucianism, which taught the concepts of benevolence, ritual, justice, sincerity and propriety. Confucianism stresses order and harmony between all things and searches out or exposes the good of people. The brilliance of Confucius as a humanist, a philosopher, a political theorist and a thinker is profound and timeless so much so he was venerated as a Chinese saint. Considered to be the first and the greatest teacher in the history of China, and the most influential thinker in human history, his wise philosophy, ideas and teachings have helped many people learn about the world, nature and the pragmatic philosophy of daily life till this day.

Confucius has been responsible for editing and writing some of the most important works and titles of wisdom. Books he wrote or edited have formed the basic curriculum of Chinese education for more than two thousand years. He is also credited with writing parts of the great divination classic, the Book of Changes or I-Ching. Some of the famous quotes by Confucius are "What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others", "Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated", "Man is morally good by nature, and it rests with him to remain so", "Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall" and etc.

Display the statue of this master of all teachers in the study room, meeting room, writing room or office where new ideas are constantly required. You can also place Confucius in the North East sector of a bedroom or living room to embellish the occupant's educational luck, examination luck and literary luck. The North East is the universal corner of education and knowledge, according to the Pakua Aspiration Trigram.

Having this wise sage in your working or living environment reminds the inhabitants to follow the cardinal virtues (love, benevolence, righteousness and wisdom) and to constantly display goodwill to your fellow man. Also enables them to think out of the box, heightens your wisdom and brings foresight so that you are one step ahead of your competitors.

Perfect for corporate leaders, businessmen, managers, teachers, authors, writers and politicians or any job in the communications field.

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