Practice non-action. Work without doing.
More Quotes from Lao Tzu:(The Tao) is always present and always available.... If you are willing to be lived by it, you will see it everywhere, even in the most ordinary things.
... The sage, traveling all day, Does not lose sight of his baggage. Though there are beautiful things to be seen, He remains unattached and calm.
The Tao's principle is spontaneity.
Who can enjoy enlightenment and remain indifferent to suffering in the world This is not in keeping with the Way. Only those who increase their service along with their understanding can be called men and women of Tao.
My own words are not the medicine, but a prescription not the destination, but a map to help you reach it. When you get there, quiet your mind and close your mouth. Don't analyze the Tao. Strive instead to live it silently, undividedly, with your whole harmonious being.
When great armies go to war, Sorrow is the sole winner.
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