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The Book of the Right Way - 44.

44

Fame or life, which is more dear?
Life or wealth, which do you covet more?
Getting or dying, which is worse?
Truly, therefore, avarice will cost you dearly. 34 more words

Tao Te Ching

If something grows old in its prime

30b

If something grows old in its prime,
this is called contrary to the Tao.
Being contrary to the Tao,
things soon cease to be.

Poetry

One who uses the Tao to assist rulers

30a

One who uses the Tao to assist rulers
counsels to not use force of arms.
Such a course will create resistance.

Where armies have camped, 55 more words

Poetry

#Poetry 'I Met A Japanese Today …' by Fiza Pathan

I Met A Japanese Today …

By Fiza Pathan

I met a Japanese today asking me for a lift to the Himalayas
I took her to the land of Tao Te Ching… 262 more words

Poetry

Personal growth: Is empathy intuitive or learned?

For a program of personal growth and development to be complete, experts tell us that it is important for us to work on fostering the moral attribute or virtue of empathy within ourselves… 488 more words

Personal Development

The Book of the Right Way - 43.

43

Of everything under the sun, that which is most yielding
Permeates everything. Everything under the sun that is most unyielding
Cannot penetrate the interstices. 67 more words

Tao Te Ching

Teil von Kapitel 67

Ich haben drei Schätze,
die ich festhalten eng,
und beobachten eng.
Der erste ist wohlwollen.
der zweite ist sparsamkeit.
der dritte ist nicht wagen,
in des Welt voranzustehen.
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