Ma’Kheru: The Word of Truth (from The I Ching)

Ma’Kheru (or Maat).

The superior man abides in his room.

If his words are well spoken, he meets with assent at a distance of more than a thousand miles. How much more then from near by!

If the superior man abides in his room and his words are not well spoken, he meets with contradiction at a distance of more than a thousand miles. How much more then from near by!

Words go forth from one’s own person and exert their influence on men… Must one not, then, be cautious? –

The I Ching 15

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