Saturday, March 12, 2011

Confucius regarding formula 1 racing:

"A man from a village in Ta Hsiang said, 'Great indeed is Confucius! He has wide learning but has not made a name for himself in any field.' The Master, on hearing of this, said, to his disciples, 'What should I make myself proficient in? In driving? Or in archery? I think I would prefer driving'" - Analects, IX.1

1 comment:

rummuser said...

Food for thought indeed!