The road you can talk about is not the road you can walk on
("Tao Te Ching")
More Quotes from Lao Tzu:Take time to listen to what is said without words, to obey the law too subtle to be written, to worship the unnameable and to embrace the unformed.
I confess that there is nothing to teach no religion, no science, no body of information which will lead your mind back to the Tao. Today I speak in this fashion, tomorrow in another, but always the Integral Way is beyond words and beyond mind.
Love is of all passions the strongest, for it attacks simultaneously the head, the heart and the senses.
He who knows how to be aggressive, and yet remains patient, becomes a receptacle for all of Nature's lessons.
The mature person pours himself out in service to others.
To practice virtue is to selflessly offer assistance to others, giving without limitation one's time, abilities, and possessions in service, whenever and wherever needed, without prejudice concerning the identity of those in need.
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