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- On Wings of Trust: Harmony Village Series], Vol 4
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- On Wings of Trust: Harmony Village Series, Vol. 4 by Anna Dynowski
I loved the way the author made the reader wait as the story was unfolded layer by layer. Anna Dynowski is a master story teller. You think you've answered one of your questions, only to be find you now have a new one. I loved Harmony Village.
It has the feel of many small towns that make you feel warm and welcome. They open their arms to all who enter. This was the fourth book in the Harmony Village series. It is a series I highly recommend, not only to those who love romance stories but also to those who are not real sure about reading romance. The lessons from God were interspersed as reminders to the characters. They were not a hit you over the head sermon.
I loved every aspect of this book. This is one you need to read. Izabella Golec has a past she'd like to forget. Like stalking her art professor, her unbecoming behavior toward him and the subsequent marriage to him. Roman Ricci also has a past.
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One where he was deeply hurt by a woman and for that reason he doesn't trust them. Not even Isabella. Especially when she walked out on him. But what happens when Roman, a now well know artist with a changed heart, shows up at Izabella's bed and breakfast? Can Roman melt her icy heart? Perhaps Cupid Cat will give him a hand! Once again Cupid Cat is up to his match-making tricks. Izabella and Roman are his focus this time around.
Wow, his way with Izabella had me fanning myself while I was reading! Izabella was a great leading lady. One who was flesh and blood real. Trust was the theme of the story. Not just learning how to trust 'someone' but mainly trusting God. Especially when we see things that cause us to doubt. This author weaves into the story the fact that we should never take our eyes off the Lord and always give Him our unconditional obedience. Great stuff! The best part is, that this great and timely message is wrapped up in an awesome story that you just can't put down.
Harmony Village is so inviting it makes you want to live there. Actually while you're reading the story you feel like you do. Can't wait for the next installment! A thank you goes to the author for providing this complimentary copy for my review. Here at Walmart.
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Sorry, but we can't respond to individual comments. Recent searches Clear All. The petty person is egotistic and does not consider the consequences of his action in the overall scheme of things. Should the ruler be surrounded by xiaoren as opposed to junzi , his governance and his people will suffer due to their small-mindness. Examples of such xiaoren individuals may range from those who continually indulge in sensual and emotional pleasures all day to the politician who is interested merely in power and fame ; neither sincerely aims for the long-term benefit of others.
The junzi enforces his rule over his subjects by acting virtuously himself. It is thought that his pure virtue would lead others to follow his example. The ultimate goal is that the government behaves much like a family , the junzi being a beacon of filial piety. Confucius believed that social disorder often stemmed from failure to perceive, understand, and deal with reality.
He gave an explanation of zhengming to one of his disciples. Zi-lu said, "The vassal of Wei has been waiting for you, in order with you to administer the government. What will you consider the first thing to be done? Why must there be such rectification? The superior man [Junzi] cannot care about the everything, just as he cannot go to check all himself! If names be not correct, language is not in accordance with the truth of things.
If language be not in accordance with the truth of things, affairs cannot be carried on to success.
When affairs cannot be carried on to success, proprieties and music do not flourish. When proprieties and music do not flourish, punishments will not be properly awarded.
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When punishments are not properly awarded, the people do not know how to move hand or foot. Therefore a superior man considers it necessary that the names he uses may be spoken appropriately, and also that what he speaks may be carried out appropriately. What the superior man requires is just that in his words there may be nothing incorrect. Since social harmony is of utmost importance, without the proper rectification of names, society would essentially crumble and "undertakings [would] not [be] completed. In Zhou theology, Tian had no singular earthly progeny, but bestowed divine favour on virtuous rulers.
Zhou kings declared that their victory over the Shang was because they were virtuous and loved their people, while the Shang were tyrants and thus were deprived of power by Tian. John C. Didier and David Pankenier relate the shapes of both the ancient Chinese characters for Di and Tian to the patterns of stars in the northern skies, either drawn, in Didier's theory by connecting the constellations bracketing the north celestial pole as a square,  or in Pankenier's theory by connecting some of the stars which form the constellations of the Big Dipper and broader Ursa Major , and Ursa Minor Little Dipper.
By the 6th century BCE the power of Tian and the symbols that represented it on earth architecture of cities, temples, altars and ritual cauldrons, and the Zhou ritual system became "diffuse" and claimed by different potentates in the Zhou states to legitimise economic, political, and military ambitions.
Divine right no longer was an exclusive privilege of the Zhou royal house, but might be bought by anyone able to afford the elaborate ceremonies and the old and new rites required to access the authority of Tian. The population had lost faith in the official tradition, which was no longer perceived as an effective way to communicate with Heaven. Confucius — BCE appeared in this period of political decadence and spiritual questioning. Confucius saw an opportunity to reinforce values of compassion and tradition into society. Disillusioned with the widespread vulgarisation of the rituals to access Tian, he began to preach an ethical interpretation of traditional Zhou religion.
In his view, the power of Tian is immanent, and responds positively to the sincere heart driven by humaneness and rightness, decency and altruism. Confucius conceived these qualities as the foundation needed to restore socio-political harmony. Like many contemporaries, Confucius saw ritual practices as efficacious ways to access Tian, but he thought that the crucial knot was the state of meditation that participants enter prior to engage in the ritual acts.
Philosophers in the Warring States period , both "inside the square" focused on state-endorsed ritual and "outside the square" non-aligned to state ritual built upon Confucius's legacy, compiled in the Analects , and formulated the classical metaphysics that became the lash of Confucianism. Going beyond the Master, they theorised the oneness of production and reabsorption into the cosmic source, and the possibility to understand and therefore reattain it through meditation.
This line of thought would have influenced all Chinese individual and collective-political mystical theories and practices thereafter. Since the s, there has been a growing identification of the Chinese intellectual class with Confucianism. In , the Center for the Study of Confucian Religion was established,  and guoxue started to be implemented in public schools on all levels. Being well received by the population, even Confucian preachers have appeared on television since The idea of a " Confucian Church " as the state religion of China has roots in the thought of Kang Youwei , an exponent of the early New Confucian search for a regeneration of the social relevance of Confucianism, at a time when it was de-institutionalised with the collapse of the Qing dynasty and the Chinese empire.
Some scholars also consider the reconstruction of lineage churches and their ancestral temples , as well as cults and temples of natural and national gods within broader Chinese traditional religion, as part of the renewal of Confucianism. Also, the Hong Kong Confucian Academy , one of the direct heirs of Kang Youwei's Confucian Church, has expanded its activities to the mainland, with the construction of statues of Confucius, Confucian hospitals, restoration of temples and other activities.
To govern by virtue, let us compare it to the North Star: it stays in its place, while the myriad stars wait upon it.
Analects 2. A key Confucian concept is that in order to govern others one must first govern oneself according to the universal order. When actual, the king's personal virtue de spreads beneficent influence throughout the kingdom. By being the "calm center" around which the kingdom turns, the king allows everything to function smoothly and avoids having to tamper with the individual parts of the whole.
This idea may be traced back to the ancient shamanic beliefs of the king being the axle between the sky, human beings, and the Earth. The emperors of China were considered agents of Heaven, endowed with the Mandate of Heaven.
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They hold the power to define the hierarchy of divinities, by bestowing titles upon mountains, rivers and dead people, acknowledging them as powerful and therefore establishing their cults. Confucianism, despite supporting the importance of obeying national authority, places this obedience under absolute moral principles that curbed the willful exercise of power, rather than being unconditional.
Submission to authority tsun wang was only taken within the context of the moral obligations that ruler's had toward their subjects, in particular benevolence jen. From the earliest periods of Confucianism, the Right of revolution against tyranny was always recognised by Confucianism, including the most pro-authoritarian scholars such as Xunzi. In teaching, there should be no distinction of classes. Analects Although Confucius claimed that he never invented anything but was only transmitting ancient knowledge Analects 7. Many European and American admirers such as Voltaire and H.
Creel point to the revolutionary idea of replacing nobility of blood with nobility of virtue. A virtuous commoner who cultivates his qualities may be a "gentleman", while a shameless son of the king is only a "small man.