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Filial Piety

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Henry Thai

on 7 October 2013

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Transcript of Filial Piety

Filial Piety
What is Filial Piety?
Filial Piety is a virtue of respect for one's parents and ancestors.

Filial Piety means to be good to one's parents; to take care of one's parents; to engage in good conduct not just towards parents but also outside the home so as to bring a good name to one's parents and ancestors; not be rebellious; show love, respect and support; display courtesy; uphold fraternity among brothers; wisely advise one's parents, including dissuading them from moral unrighteousness; display sorrow for their sickness and death; and carry out sacrifices after their death.
Why is Filial Piety important?
Filial Piety is important because learning how to be a filial son or daughter prepares us for the kind of life that we want to have. We want to have beautiful marriages and to have a wonderful family. But you cannot go about knowing how to have fidelity in marriage, or how to be a loyal to your family, or your country, if you don't understand the meaning of filial piety.

Filial Piety is a form of cultivation and encompasses other virtues such as benevolence, righteousness, propriety, compassion, and wisdom.
How to practice Filial Piety?
Small Ways
Simple, everyday tasks
Big Ways
Infrequent, but very impactful
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