... the integral being is attached to nothing and can relate to everyone with an unstructured attitude. Because of this, her very existence benefits all things.
More Quotes from Lao Tzu:The world is full of half-enlightened masters. Overly clever, too 'sensitive' to live in the real world, they surround themselves with selfish pleasures and bestow their grandiose teachings upon the unwary. Prematurely publicizing themselves, intent upon.
The easier a matter is reckoned the more difficult it proves at the last for this reason the Sage sees difficulties in everything, And therefore he encounters no difficulties.
Rule a kingdom as though you were cooking a small fish don't overdo it.
Can you let go of words and ideas, attitudes and expectations If so, then the Tao will loom into view.
Treat those who are good with goodness, and also treat those who are not good with goodness. Thus goodness is attained. Be honest to those who are honest, and be also honest to those who are not honest. Thus honesty is attained.
Loving, hating, having expectations all these are attachments. Attachment prevents the growth of one's true being.
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