With no desire, at rest and still, All things go right as of their will.
("Tao Te Ching")
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He is strong who conquers others He who conquers himself is mighty.
The further one goes, the less one knows.
The words of truth are always paradoxical.
It is the Vague and Elusive. Meet it and you will not see its head. Follow it and you will not see its back.
There are three layers to the universe. In the lower, Tai Ching, and the middle, Shan Ching, the hindrance of a physical bodily existence is required. Those who fail to live consistently in accord with the Tao reside here. In the upper, Yu Ching, there is only Tao the bondage of form is broken, and the only thing existing is the exquisite energy dance of the immortal divine beings.
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