Tuesday, October 14, 2008

A Farmer's virtue is rewarded in Ancient China

[via Agricultural Biodiversity]

A farmer's virtue is rewarded in ancient China...or atleast so the story says.
A saying goes: "Don't assume a good deed won't bring rewards." The farmer's compassionate heart held no interest in personal gain. He was upright in his business and helped others in the process. That amounted to having done a good deed, bringing him virtue. That is why everyone respected him, and he got his just reward.

Now you know...

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