Sunday, February 21, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 27-6 Jimitokudo
Therefore, the sage always helps people very well. So, he abandons no people. (Ch.27)
Help others especially when they try to cross their hologram (=the world).
In Zen Buddhism, it is called «Ji mi toku do, sen do ta 自未得度先度他». Though you haven't crossed it yet, let others cross it first.
You don't have to be a super master to help others.
You just help others realize that this world is their hologram projected in their head respectively.
But, please remember there is no difference between you and non-you. Your own self and others are both part of your hologram.
If they have crossed it, you have already crossed it, too.
Don't abandon others, your own self, or your hologram.
Just accept and love them.
-No traces 27-1
-Good speech 27-2
-Counting sticks 27-3
-Bars nor bolts 27-4
-Strings nor cords 27-5
-Things = Prayers 27-7
-Enter enlightenment 27-8
-No good man 27-9
-No bad man 27-10
-Lost completely 27-11
-Profound truth 27-12
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 27
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