Saturday, May 30, 2009
Tao Te Ching Chapter 3-5 Neither intellect nor desire
Always, he keeps the people without intellect or desire. (Ch.3)
If you have intellect, it is difficult to deny the existence of one and only objective world.
If you have desire, surely you want to influence the one and only objective world.
If you are wise, you should not do either.
Because you would be simply refusing to accept your hologram as it is.
We don't need either intellect nor desire to accept all.
-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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