Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Tao Te Ching Chapter 30-10 Force nobody

Today's Tao

It's just a result. Don't force any. (Ch.30)

Stocks may go up and down.

Your beloved Yankees may win and lose.

The result is there to stimulate you to turn the prayer wheel called Life.

Don't buy and sell stocks to control the prices.

Don't buy and sell players to win the World Series.

Don't act on it directly. It is your hologram you create.

It is ridiculous to pay money for what you create.

Instead, use Dark Depth Female and do nothing.

It is free, ladies and gentlemen.

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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 30

Tao answers your question!

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-Certainly «Genji Monogatari / The Tale of Genji» is a classic. Nevertheless, it is not a history yet. In a modern Japan with Play Station and Manga, you can see the incessant resurrection of the famous story by Murasaki Shikibu (Lady Murasaki, which means Lady Purple). The video game on the left has nothing to do with the aristocratic life of a seducer prince, though. When I was a child, I thought the same thing. I imagined that «The Tale of Genji» might be a story of samurais who lived in the time of the confrontation between Heike and Genji families. I ignorantly thought that it could be a Genji version of «Heike Monogatari / The Tale of Heike».


Anonymous said...

how can this ''do nothing'' method apply to romantic relationships? im very interested in knowing. what about after a seperation of two people? thank you.

Naoto Matsumoto said...

Don't worry. You are all right, YoungWoman-san.

"Do nothing" has two phases.

1. Accept the situation. Inhale.
2. Be grateful to the situation. Exhale.

No matter how painful the separation is, accept it. Don't blame the other. Don't blame yourself, either.

Then, thank the situation if you can. Right now it may seem disastrous, but please believe that this is ideal in the long run.

On a Mexican beach, I saw a poster of a local Catholic church saying:

"If you love him, let him fly. If the love is true, he will come back."

The principle is the same whatever the name of the belief is, I suppose.

Cry a little if you wish. Don't try to control your feelings. They are the gifts from true You.

Cheer up. You are always perfect. I know it.

Naoto Matsumoto