Confucianism


Confucius provided direction, wisdom, and insight into the social & familial situations, encouraging positive growth within self & home, and upholding the good aspects of humans & human life. It promotes honor, morality, vritue, and acceptance of those around you. It can be practiced simultaneously with other religions.

Conversion Difficulty: Moderate
Moderate Conversion
Believe and put into practice those beliefs

Time Consumption: Heavy
Heavy Time Consumption
Follow the doctrine, and be aware of your actions & the consequences (if any)

Cost to Participate: Little
Little Cost
No collection plate or dues

Deities: None
Literature: Confucian Canon
Location Practiced: Primarily China, Japan, South Korea, Secondarily Worldwide
Afterlife: None officially recognized, but those who die live on as spirits and guidance from ancestors is sought after
Congregation: Over 5 million
Meaning of Life: Achieve a high moral standard & enlightenment
Famous: Fujiwara Seika, Yamazaki Ansai, Muro Ky?s?, ?shio Heihachir?

Tags: confucianism, confucius
Last update:
2012-01-26 13:23
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Magnolia West
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