Saturday, July 3, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 41-2 Tao's means
Being weak is Tao's means. (Ch.41)
Accept the world as it is.
We all know that's the best way.
Then, we wonder why we have got an unquenchable desire to change the world.
Change itself is nothing bad.
On the contrary, it is essential.
Holograms have to change.
Every time a hologram changes, every time the prayer wheel turns, Tao's energy returns to Tao.
The important thing is that you must not force the hologram to change.
That's why we have to be weak.
Avoiding any direct action on the world is Tao's effective means.
This attitude is called Dark Depth Female 玄牝 [gen pi].
-Tao's move 41-1
-Tao's means 41-2
-Born from you 41-3
-Born from nothing 41-4
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 41
Tao answers your question!
-What do I miss about lost Japan? Legendary Momoe Yamaguchi half naked in the «Izu Dancer» film? No, I don't think so. When I was big enough to go to a movie theatre and see the film, old Japan had already been lost. What Nobel laureate Yasunari Kawabata wrote in the original of the film was the class difference in Japan before World War 2. The post-war Japanese society could not allow a university student to give a generous tip to traveling dancers. Dancers were still despised by good housewives. Dancers travelled from a town to another still in 1970s. But by train or car. Students were no longer considered to belong to an upper class. It was almost impossible for a student to tip a dancer an amount of money big enough to surprise her, unless he went abroad and did it in a developing country.