Monday, February 1, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 23-3 Downpour
A noisy downpour doesn't last all day. (Ch.23)
There are some maxims to which our conventional wisdom will agree.
When we face an adversity, let's remember this.
"A noisy downpour doesn't last all day."
We can even go a step further.
Let's say "thank you" to that noisy downpour.
There is no bad weather unless you judge it.
It rains for us.
To give us a chance to thank and emit the fundamental energy Tao.
-Say no words 23-1
-High wind II 23-2
-Heaven's responsibility 23-4
-Man's responsibility 23-5
-According to Tao 23-6
-Satori = Attainment 23-7
-Attainment loss 23-8
-Bonno soku bodai 23-9
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 23
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-A ricksha goes. It goes in the rain. When it rains, it pours in the tropics. When it rains in Japan, there is always a woman waiting for a man. When it rains cats and dogs, they make love in the realm of Uki-yo, the floating world. "Never mind the rain. If it stops raining, people can hear what we are doing."
Caution! «Empire of Passion / the Real of Passion» is NOT «Ai no Corrida».