Sunday, December 7, 2008
Tao Te Ching Chapter 2-3 No easiness
Difficulty and easiness need each other. (Ch.2)
It is so true that we have never really thought about it.
But what does it mean really?
It means that it is you who decide what you are doing now is easy or difficult.
So, once you stop judging, everything becomes easy.
Well, that's not true because easiness also disappears along with difficulty.
Let's rephrase it.
Once you stop judging, everything becomes as it is.
-No judgement 2-1
-Everything and nothing 2-2
-No easiness 2-3
-No shortness 2-4
-No lowness 2-5
-Intended or accidental 2-6
-Before and after 2-7
-No interference 2-8
-No explanation 2-9
-No possession 2-10
-Don't rely 2-11
-Don't stay 2-12
-Don't go away 2-13
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 2
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