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January 25, 2010

Diogenes and Taro


Diogenes and Taro

-(Laugh and Wisdom Story for Educators)-

Diogenes, the philosopher ate taro for his dinner. Aristippos, a philosopher who lived rich and wealth by lick the King see this thing happened.

Aristippos said: "If you learn to serve the King, you will not have to eat such a shit like taro."

Diogenes answered: "If you have learned to eat taro, you will not have to lick the King."

Writer notes: the knowledge and consciousness should bring you more.

Story translated freely from "The Song of The Bird" by Anthony de Mello SJ

8 comments:

  1. 人生有些波折,才能有些成長,所以不論順逆,凡是成長、成功的助緣,都應該心存感激。 ..................................................

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  2. Thank you :) . I Should learn Chinnese languange more... although I'm Chinnese in Indonesia, I have difficulties to speak and read Chinnese ... poor me - hehehe

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  3. 以簡單的行為愉悅他人的心靈,勝過千人低頭禱告。........................................

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