Thursday, March 11, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 29-10 Luxury
He stays away from excessive luxury. (Ch.29)
We know Tao doesn't like excess.
But how about luxury?
"Of course, I know how to stay away from luxury. I don't wear neither Gucci nor Brooks Brothers. I am happy to be in my cotton Samue "working Yukata" designed by a humble Japanese monk living in an authentic Buddhist temple in Kyoto, who respects the traditional materials and designs and, above all, made in Laos, not even in China. I don't think there is something less luxurious than my Zen outfit."
I can guarantee you that you are in the state of Satori while wearing Levi's.
-Obtain the world 29-1
-A god's vessel 29-2
-Defeat it 29-3
-If you stick to it 29-4
-Blow gently 29-6
-Maximum = Minimum 29-8
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 29
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-Showing their publicities does not mean that I recommend them. Some people don't know what a Yukata is. Therefore, I show the photos. Unfortunately, Amazon does not seem to sell a Samue. It is a set of a cotton top and pants. Please picture the yukata with a pair of pants made of the same cloth. Japanese rappers can wear Levi's, so there is nothing wrong with a samue or a yukata worn in a country where they speak the language of Shakespeare.