“The spirit of man communes with Heaven the omnipotence of Heaven resides in man. Is the distance between Heaven and man very greatRate this quote:(0.00 / 0 votes)
Hong Zicheng (Hung Tzu-Ch'eng, 1593-1665) was a Chinese philosopher who lived during the end of Ming Dynasty. He is often quoted in the contexts of chess and vegetarianism
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