He Is Not Fit To Command Others, That Cannot Command Himself

©ourtesy of  Eternity in an Hour

Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai  ~ Obelisk But I have three precious things which I prize and hold fast. The first is gentleness; the second is economy; and the third is shrinking from taking precedence of others. With that gentleness I can be bold; with that economy I can be liberal; shrinking from taking precedence of others, I can become a vessel of the highest honour.  ~ Tao Dejing, Chapter 66 ~ On This Day 106 BC: Roman statesman Marcus Tullius Cicero is born. 1521: Pope Leo X excommunicates Martin …  – – Read more:

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