The Governing Principles of Ancient China - Qunshu Zhiyao 360
A tree you can barely get your arms around grows from a tiny shoot. A nine-story tower begins as a heap of earth. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Scroll 34: Lao Zi
Without taking continuous steps, a journey of a thousand miles cannot be done. Without gathering water from small streams, no rivers or oceans can be formed.
Scroll 38: Sun Qing Zi
In the oracle of Heng, this is revealed: He who does not continuously maintain his virtues may face disgrace. He who does not continuously maintain his virtues will not be allowed by society to establish himself.
Scroll 1: Zhou Yi