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One of the most influential people in the far east was Confucius Confucius Kung Futzu is how he is called in China but his birth name was Kung Chiu was a very important Chinese philosopher who saw in life that there was injustice and immorality In my essay I will tell about his life and the religion that was based on his philosophies I shall also mention about his influence on the government in the past and the present Confucius was a very important person who had a really interesting life He lived around 551-479 BC According to legend the childs mother had a vision when she was pregnant She saw five old men leading an animal with a horn in the middle of its forehead and scales all over its body This Chinese unicorn knelt before her and spat out a piece of jade On it was an inscription that promised her that her awaited child shall be a king without a crown Confucius was born present-day Shantung in those days it was called the sate of Lu He was born into the noble Kung clan His father was the commander of a district in Lu before he died Confuciuss father died three years after Confucius was born As a young boy Confucius had to do a variety of tasks to help his mother to survive Confucius was married at 19 and had two daughters and one son Shortly after Confucius passed through a hard financial time when he had to menial jobs Later on he was a tax collector and there he observed the unfairness of the world or at least in that area of China In 527 BC his mother died After that experience he started his career as a teacher That was the beginning of a great and influential person that would change the world in the positive sense The religion that was based on his teachings
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