Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 36-4 Give = Take
If you want to take something, you must give it for a while. (Ch.36)
You give something to someone.
When you look at this act from the other person's standpoint, he is taking something.
Please remember you = non-you.
So, give = take.
If you want to take more, give more.
We have an interesting Japanese saying:
"When the wind blows, a cooper gains".
This is telling us about a mystic chain reaction taking place in your hologram.
The more you doubt the chain reaction, the more resistance you create in the hologram.
Therefore, the chain of the reactions will be longer.
Skeptics have to wait long.
-Stretch = Shrink 36-1
-Weak = Strong 36-2
-Decline = Prosperity 36-3
-Give = Take 36-4
-Mini enlightenment 36-5
-Soft Tao 36-6
-Fish and Water 36-7
-Useful tool 36-8
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 36
-Give more, receive more 5-5
Tao answers your question!
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-If you find Zen and Tao too confusing, ask Shusaku Endo for some help. He is a Japanese novelist and Christian. His interpretation of Christianity will give you some useful thought tools when you read oriental philosophies.