Thursday, February 11, 2010

Tao Te Ching Chapter 24-4 True righteousness

Today's Tao

If a man think he is right, his righteousness is not visible. (Ch.24)

Don't judge.

There is neither good nor bad in Tao.

The moment you think you are right, you are wrong.

The true righteousness is not something like that.

It is following Tao.

What do you have to do to follow Tao?

Do nothing.

You don't have to do anything to be right.

Because you are always right.

Unless you judge others.

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-Before he became the creator of the stories in the text books used by most good boys and girls with a decent education, Yasunari Kawabata was a cool and fashionable writer. He wrote about Asakusa, the most a-la-mode place in the islands of the rising sun before World War 2. When you visit it now, it is a bit difficult to imagine. Read the Scarlet Gang of Asakusa. Those boys and girls without education in the story are much more radical than the kids around Akihabara now.

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