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The Life Of Confucius Throughout the time span that man has lived on earth there have been many religions in existence Two very important and influencing religions that have been around for over two thousand years are Confucianism and Buddhism The founders of these two religions Confucius and Buddha respectively lived different lives and had different thoughts Although this made two totally different religions they both had one common goal That common goal was to assist the human population and improve their lifestyle Confucius was a sage in China and also its greatest philosopher He was one of the most prominent figures and is respected throughout all of China He was born at Tsou in the state of Lu known today as the Shandong province in the year 551 BC He was named Chiu meaning hill because he had a very large bump on his head This name has rarely been used because of the Chinese way of showing reverence by avoidance Encyclopedia Americana v 7 540 Kung Futzu was what was used The name got Latinized and it became Confucius Ever since Confucius birth he was a great student All throughout his childhood Confucius liked to play religious and cultural roles By the age of 15 Confucius began to take his studies very seriously He was a diligent and studious learner and put forth his whole effort on his studies Nothing is known about his educators or his education Confucius started work at an early age due to the fact that his father died By the age of seventeen Confucius received a job in the public service Most likely this job was being a keeper of fields and cattle a town governor or a court arbiter of ritual Confucius because he loved to learn and he loved his studies so much became a very educated man and in turn was highly respected In
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