Confucianism, as practiced by the Chinese, is not a religion in the strict sense of the world.
Technically, it is not even a philosophy.
It is a way of life with equal importance placed on theory and practice.
Confucius himself rarely expounded on religious subjects.
He did not deny the existence of gods and obviously felt there was some universal force on the side of right.
But he felt that people should steer away from spiritual concerns and concetrate on creating a harmonious society in this world.
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