Yi Hwang Quote

...The Confucian way of learning is that in order to ascend to lofty heights one must begin with the lowly, to travel afar one must begin with what is near. Indeed, to begin from the lowly and near certainly is a slow process. But apart from it, whence comes the lofty and distant? In applying one's efforts to gradual advancement one attain what is lofty and distant without parting from what is lowly and near; it is in this that it is different from Buddhist and Daoist learning.


Ch. 3. Diagram Of The Elementary Learning - Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning

Chapter 3: DIAGRAM OF THE ELEMENTARY LEARNING[faculty.washington.edu]

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