Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Tao Te Ching Chapter 3-2 No rare coins
If they don't value rare coins, people will stay away from theft. (Ch.3)
It is surprising how much rare things attract us.
When you think of the number of stolen objects in the market, human peculiarity called collecting does more harm than good, it seems.
Collecting something has become part of human instinct since we started keeping our grains in the cave for winter.
If you look around, you can see the world is generous enough to let you live.
Only our fear makes us prepare for a rainy day.
-No intellectuals 3-1
-No rare coin 3-2
-No stimulation, in principle. 3-3
-What are "people"? 3-4
-Neither intellect nor desire 3-5
-No action 3-6
-Act without acting 3-7
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