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how was this phrase (our greatest glory is not in never falling,but in riseing every time we fall)in confucianism meant to the chinese

This phrase means that it's not important if you fail. What's important is that you rise above your failure and succeed in the future.


We cannot live without failing at times or making mistakes. Some people fear failing or making mistakes so much that they never even make an attempt. Rather than becoming depressed and upset at yourself for making a mistake, it is much more effective to try to find the reasons why the mistake was made to minimize mistakes in the future.

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I hope this helps a little more. Thanks for asking.

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