1。人无善志， 虽勇必伤。 --《淮南子•主术训》
Without good intentions, even though brave and powerful, the man will meet setbacks and fall.
2。己所不欲勿施于人 -- 《论语·卫灵公》
Don’t impose on others whatever you won’t like them to do to you.
3. 君子和而不同，小人同而不合。-- 《論語・子路篇》
The gentlemen are harmonious in mind, but not uniform in all opinions. The mean crowds flaunt uniformity in everything, but not conforming in mind.
4. 其身正，不令而行；其身不正，虽令不从。-- 《论语·子路篇》
When a ruler's conducts are proper, he will be obeyed without issuing orders. If his behaviors are not suitable, however, he may emit many commands, but they will not be complied with.
Things in the world are all different with each other, that’s how they were created.
Wisdom, virtue, and courage, are the top three moralities under heaven.
The wise are free from perplexity, the virtuous from angst, and the brave from fear.
Isn’t it a pleasure to meet friends coming from afar?