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BENEVOLENCE RIGHTEOUSNESS

KINDNESS you can share

Caring people and communities through cultural life

Humaneness

Empathy/commiseration (human heartedness)

Righteousness

feeling of shame and dislike

Propriety

feeling of yielding and modesty

Wisdom

sense of right and wrong

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All people friendly to one another in their life, aid one another in keeping watch and ward, and sustain one another in sickness. Thus the people are brought to live in affection and harmony.
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When Mengzi (c. 372—289 B.C.E.) is politely greeted by a ruler who suggests that Mengzi had deigned to visit because he “must have a way of profiting my state,” Mengzi rebukes him:
Why must Your Majesty speak of “profit”? Let there simply be "benevolence and righteousness." If your majesty says, “How can I profit my state?” the Chief Counselors will say, “How can I profit my clan?” and the nobles and commoners will say, “How can I profit my self?” Superiors and subordinates will seize profit from each other, and the state will be endangered. … Never have the benevolent left their parents behind. Never have the righteous put their ruler last. Let Your Majesty speak only of benevolence and righteousness. Why must one speak of “profit”? 

Our Value - Happiness!

We help people create lasting value of significance in their life through non-profit 仁義 (renyi™)
"BENEVOLENCE RIGHTEOUSNESS." Most material goods especially personal appearance will fade away and diminish in importance over time; only excellence in the individual character not only be recognized by others beyond lifetime, but also allows us have upright (happiness) attitude toward life.

The Way of Human

There are yin and yang in the sky, the land has a rigid and soft nature, and people have behaviors of benevolence(仁) and righteousness(義).

Educate public the importance of 仁義 (renyi™) - Human like behavior
Help people develop beautiful and one of the three C's of credit - character through 仁義 (renyi™).
Strengthen moral in our society.
Help people enjoy life through the practice of 仁義 (renyi™).
Help people understand why 仁義 (renyi™) is the best profit!
Bridging people together from various culture backgrounds.

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Why Choose 仁義 (renyi™)?

Divine Prestige 天爵
Mencius holds a person having yi in high esteem and suggests that there are two types of prestige.  One is the divine prestige (tianjue 天爵), for those with the virtues of ren (benevolence), yi (righteousness), zhong (loyalty), and xin (trustworthiness), and the other is human prestige (renjue 人爵), for those with ranks in a political system (mencius 11.16).  According to Mencius, a person filled with renyi will not envy material gains of others (Mencius 11.17), and they will always be proud and confident; when poor they will cultivate and perfect themselves and if they proper they will perfect the world (Mencius 13.9).  Intellectuals with renyi should be respected and provided with shelter and food whenever they need it (Mencius 6.4).
renyi™ - perfection of sincerity
Ren As an Indispensable Quality for a Ruler
yi carries out action from within ourself
Character - The First in Three C’s of Credit
Acknowledged by President Xi of China

Four Sprouts of virtues (Mengzi)

The sprouts are manifested in cognitive and emotional reactions characteristic of the virtues.

仁 Benevolence

義 Righteousness

禮 Courtesy

智 Wisdom

Reference of Ruism - RENYI (Mengzi) Teachings

by Notable People or Events in History
元文宗 Wenzong Emperor
元文宗 Wenzong EmperorWenzong Emperor, 12th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire or Mongols
元文宗 Wenzong Emperor
元文宗 Wenzong EmperorWenzong Emperor, 12th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire or Mongols
In the Yuan Dynasty to the first year of the Wenzong Dynasty (1330), Mencius was added as the "Vice Sage Holy", and later called "Vice Sage", second only to Confucius.

宋神宗 Emperor Shenzong
宋神宗 Emperor ShenzongFour books is one of the core value and ideology systems in Ruism.
宋神宗 Emperor Shenzong
宋神宗 Emperor ShenzongFour books is one of the core value and ideology systems in Ruism.
Book of Mencius is one of the Four books identifying core value and ideology systems in Ruism. They were selected by Zhu Xi in the Song dynasty to serve as general introduction to Ruism thought. Beginning in the Yuan then Ming and Qing dynasties, made the core of the official curriculum for the civil service examinations and during present days taught in virtually all schools through-out China.

朱元璋 Hongwu Emperor
朱元璋 Hongwu EmperorThe founder and first emperor of China's Ming dynasty.
朱元璋 Hongwu Emperor
朱元璋 Hongwu EmperorThe founder and first emperor of China's Ming dynasty.
The Hongwu Emperor, in recognizing both Confucius and Mengzi (Meng) descendants extraordinarily outstanding. They were given the field to farm, exempt from corvee, and ten generations middle name starting from Mencius's fifty-sixth generation Meng Xi Wen. The descendants of Mengzi still use generation poems for their names given to them by the Ming and Qing Emperors along with the descendants of the other Four Sages (四氏): Confucius, Zengzi, and Yan Hui

雍正 Yongzheng Emperor
雍正 Yongzheng EmperorThe Yongzheng Emperor, was the fifth emperor of the Qing dynasty.
雍正 Yongzheng Emperor
雍正 Yongzheng EmperorThe Yongzheng Emperor, was the fifth emperor of the Qing dynasty.
In the middle of the lobby of the Mengzi House in Zoucheng, Shandong Province, “Seven Chapters Disciplines Given" is hung in the middle of the hall by Qing Emperor Yongzheng. The intention of the Emperor Yongzheng was to inform the posterity of Meng to use Mencius' "seven chapters" as the guidelines and actions of the later generations of Meng.

乾隆帝 Emperor Qianlong
乾隆帝 Emperor QianlongQianlong Emperor is the fourth child of Yongzheng Emperor
乾隆帝 Emperor Qianlong
乾隆帝 Emperor QianlongQianlong Emperor is the fourth child of Yongzheng Emperor
"Praise Mengzi" (pictured) by the Emperor Qianlong of the Qianlong thirteen years (1748). The original stone of the Priase Mengzi is located in the first temple of the Qianlong Temple in the east of the Meng Temple. In the inscription, Emperor Qianlong elaborated on the social background of Mengzi. According to historical records, the Emperor Qianlong not only sent the minister to the Mengzi Temple in the five times when he was in the Qufu, but also visited the Zou County twice during the 22nd and 27th years of Qianlong. He paid respect by knelt and bowed down in respect of Mengzi.

Dr Sun Yat-sen
Dr Sun Yat-senSun Yat-sen was the founding father of the Republic of China.
Dr Sun Yat-sen
Dr Sun Yat-senSun Yat-sen was the founding father of the Republic of China.
Dr. Sun told Japanese reporters: The origin of the Three People's Principles of my generation stems from Mengzi, ... Mengzi is the originator of democracy.

习近平 Xi Jinping
习近平 Xi JinpingPresident of the People's Republic of China
习近平 Xi Jinping
习近平 Xi JinpingPresident of the People's Republic of China
In President Xi's keynote speech delivered on october 16, 2015, in 2015 Poverty Reduction and Development Forum he referenced Mengzi quote: "benevolence, righteousness, self-consecration, and fidelity, with unwearied joy in these virtues."

愛子內親王 Princess Toshi
愛子內親王 Princess ToshiThe only child of Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan
愛子內親王 Princess Toshi
愛子內親王 Princess ToshiThe only child of Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan
In a break with tradition, the name of the princess was chosen by her parents, instead of by the Emperor. It was selected from clause 56 of Li Lou II, one of the teachings of the Chinese philosopher Mengzi: "One who loves the others will be constantly loved by them; one who respects others will be constantly respected by them." (愛人者人恆愛之,敬人者人恆敬之。)

Chen-Ning Frank Yang
Chen-Ning Frank YangReceived the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics
Chen-Ning Frank Yang
Chen-Ning Frank YangReceived the 1957 Nobel Prize in Physics
Dr. Yang wrote in his autobiography that he abides by the teachings of Mengzi in the way he behaves himself and conducts works since he was thirty (30) years old.

Fu Peirong PhD
Fu Peirong PhDDoctorate from the United States Yale University Department of Religion
Fu Peirong PhD
Fu Peirong PhDDoctorate from the United States Yale University Department of Religion
Dr. Fu stated "it is alike an opportunity in three life times having the connection to comprehend in detail the teachings of Mencius and Confucius."

Glenn Berger, PhD
Glenn Berger, PhDPsychotherapist, Amen Certified Brain Coach, and Author
Glenn Berger, PhD
Glenn Berger, PhDPsychotherapist, Amen Certified Brain Coach, and Author
"On Donald Trump’s 100th day in office, the President stated that to do his job he needed “heart.” This brought to mind the words and wisdom of my favorite Chinese philosopher, Mengzi (MEN – shuhs). Though virtually unknown today in the West, this disciple of Confucius, who lived during the 4th century BCE, is considered by many to be the wisest sage who ever lived." Finding Trump’s Heart 05/28/2017

Jang-geum
Jang-geumKorean TV Drama
Jang-geum
Jang-geumKorean TV Drama
Jewel in the Palace, is a widely popular 2003 Korean television series. In one episode the main character - would be physician Jan-geum was given oral examination on the correspondence Mencius had with the King who suggests that Mencius had deigned to visit because he “must have a way of profiting my state,” Mencius rebukes him: Why must Your Majesty speak of “profit”? Let there simply be "benevolence and righteousness."

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