Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-1 Decoding a riddle
Act no action. (Ch. 63)
When you try to find some answers in Oriental philosophy, aren't you a little tired of confronting this type of contradiction?
Please forgive Lao Tzu and Zen masters for not being helpful enough.
It is not their fault.
They are just trying to be honest.
We have not only the barrier between the languages but also the lapse of time.
So, we need a decoding which is sometimes too audacious for academic study.
We need it in order to live his teachings in real life.
The sentence above means:
"Accept everything as it is".
-Decoding a riddle 63-1
-No work 63-2
-No taste 63-3
-Small = Big 63-4
-Love him 63-5
-Complicated in Easy 63-8
-Big in minuscule 63-9
-Don't try 63-10
-Casual promises 63-11
-Easy origin 63-12
-Everything as difficult 63-13
-Nothing is difficult 63-14
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 63
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