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Confucius at 6


By

Brian Montgomery



Copyright 2009

Brian Montgomery



Published by Brian Montgomery at Smashwords




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Born, Kong Qiu, in the village of Zou 551 B.C., world renown Philosopher, Advisor, Teacher, Storyteller, Questioner, Weaver, and Prophetic Hypothesist, Confucius was profound even as a child. In the last few years, many of his writings have been found (most hidden away under his bed and in the basement of his parent’s house). Confucians have been carefully compiling these newfound works of the Master and have only scratched the surface. This is a small collection of his teachings done at the remarkable age of six (some were done at 51/2 but who’s counting?)! In his early years, he seemed to possess the ability to see the future and experience many of the things that we see and do now. It is not known how or why or even if he lost this ability later in life. The only thing that we know is that he used the hell out of it as a child. Confucius not only provided many of the answers to life’s most poignant questions, he (because of his glorious childhood curiosity) asked many piercing questions that have given modern day scholars fodder on which to build new schools of Philosophy. He truly was and is to this day, stupefying. Please use and enjoy the wisdom of the Master as a child.

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