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Brief author info: Chang Tsai (1021-1077) Chinese philosopher Neo-Confucianist philosopher; writer of the Western Inscription, a key writing of Sung dynasty China; propounds universal (in addition to filial) love to the central concept of Ren (Jen); advocated study of the physical sciences.
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Heaven is my Father, the earth my mother, and even a tiny creature such as myself finds an intimate place in their midst. In everything that moves through the universe, I see my own body, and in everything that governs the universe, my own soul. All men are my brethren, and all things my companions.
Wealth and honor, benefits and blessings shall enrich my life; poverty and failures, grief and anxiety shall help fulfill it. In my life, I will serve heaven and earth; in death I will find peace.
In everything that moves through the universe, I see my own body and in everything that governs the universe, my own soul.
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