The master said, “While your parents are alive, you should not travel too far afield. If you do travel, your whereabouts should always be known.” － from The Analects of Confucius
Lun Yu, or Analects of Confucius, records the words and deeds of Confucius as well as his disciples. The book was compiled by the disciples of Confucius and their disciples after their Master’s death. It covers a wide scope of subjects, ranging from politics, philosophy, literature and art to education and moral cultivation.