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See also: 自强不息

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ChineseEdit

 
from; self; oneself; since
 
strength; force; power; powerful; better
not; no
 
rest; news; interest; breath
trad. (自強不息)
simp. (自强不息)

EtymologyEdit

From I Ching:

君子自強不息 [Classical Chinese, trad.][▼ expand/hide]
君子自强不息 [Classical Chinese, simp.]
From: I Ching, 3rd – 2nd millennia BCE
Tiān xíng jiàn, jūnzǐ yǐ zìqiángbùxī. [Pinyin]
Heaven, in its motion, (gives the idea of) strength. The superior man, in accordance with this, nerves himself to ceaseless activity.

PronunciationEdit


IdiomEdit

自強不息

  1. to strive to better oneself constantly and never slacken

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