Sunday, June 6, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 39-15 Noble = Mean
Therefore, the noble make the mean their root. (Ch.39)
You should not segregate something noble from something mean as you should not segregate you own self from others.
All of them are holograms you project.
Don't despise someone mean as you don't despise someone noble.
Don't despise your own self as you don't despise others.
All of them are precious holograms and catalysts to stimulate true You.
True You are the root of everything, which is Tao.
-Attain One 39-1
-Filled valley 39-5
-Hologram's birth 39-6
-Hologram's master 39-7
-One = Tao 39-8
-Heaven torn apart 39-9
-Earth unstable 39-10
-Gods rest 39-11
-Inexhaustible valley 39-12
-Lords and Kings = Masters 39-14
-Noble = Mean 39-15
-High = Low 39-16
-Lords and Kings = Less virtue 39-17
-Mean = Root 39-18
-No honor 39-19
-No jade 39-20
-Like stone 39-21
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 39
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-Ukiyo, the floating world. I don't know where the Japanese got this idea. I'd love to think that it came from Puka Puka island in French Polynesia. In Japanese, "puka puka" signifies the state of floating. Certainly, the Japanese archipelago has received a lot of influence from Pacific islanders. It must not be a coincidence.