The wisdom of china and india
The Wisdom of China and India by Lin YutangITS GOOD TO BE HEADLESS (From Luyichi, Ninth Century)
In the time of Han Wuti (B.C. 140-87), Chia Yung of Tsangwu was serving as magistrate of Yuchang. One day he went out to fight bandits. He was wounded and lost his head. Yung mounted his horse and returned to the camp. The soldiers and people of the camp all came to look at him, and Yung spoke from his chest, I was defeated by the bandits and they cut off my head. Tell me, in your opinion, does it look better to have a head or be without a head? The officers wept and said, Its better to have a head. And Yung replied, I dont think so. Its just as good to be without a head.
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Wisdom China India by Lin Yutang
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