Friday, May 7, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 37-5 Be still
Don't desire and be still, and the world under the sky will stabilize itself. (Ch.37)
A: "Master Bonbon, the world is full of injustice. What can I do?"
B: "Stand up and fight."
Stop saying things like that, Master Bonbon.
No one has to stand up and fight against injustice.
Lao Tzu asks us:
"Don't desire (to control any). Be still (and don't move)."
"The world under the sky" signifies your hologram.
It is like water.
It finds equilibrium and stabilizes itself.
Any act is interference.
Stop bothering the world, Master Bonbon.
-Tao does nothing 37-1
-Lords and Kings = You 37-2
-Uncarved block with no name 37-3
-No desire 37-4
-Be still 37-5
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 37
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