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The Scripture of the Founding Master

Chapter Four: The Way of Humanity

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One day, the Founding Master was listening to a historical novel being read and said, “When authors write novels, in order to interest the general reader, they exaggerate the psychologies and actions of inferior people or bad persons and often make them into extremely evil characters. This also may become a seed for an unwholesome cause and condition. Therefore, whether you are talking about the history of bygone people or the pros and cons of contemporaries, be careful not to exaggerate the facts.”