The Analects of Confucius

Give illustrations to the truth of the statement: The man of wisdom does not vacillate; the man of natural goodness does not fret; the man of valor does not fear.

The Analects Confucius

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1) A man of wisdom does not make decisions or opinions without thought, and he does not vacillate (waver) after he has made them.

2) Confucius said, "[A good man] does not worry (fret) about not being known by others but rather worries about not knowing them.

3) A man of valor is not afraid to correct a mistake or to act upon something he knows is wrong.

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The Analects of Confucius