Friday, July 16, 2010

Tao Te Ching Chapter 43-1 The softest

Today's Tao

The softest one under the sky makes the hardest one run. (Ch.43)

Don't be tough.

Be soft.

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Lao Tzu says:

"The soft and weak beat the tough and strong."

(Ch. 36)

He also says:

"Nothing in the world under the sky is softer and weaker than water.

The weak beats the strong.

The soft beats the hard."


After all,

"(Water) never contends, so it never errs."


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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 43

Tao answers your question!

-Mr John Kaizan Neptune-san lives in Kamogawa, Chiba, Japan. He is an artist of the Shakuhachi bamboo flute music and artisan of the very musical instrument. Besides, he is a surfer who plays the music on the wave. (There is a link to the photo in Yesterday's entree.) His cutback on a big Typhoon wave must be as stylish as his «Tokyosphere» music, I imagine. The choice of the place of one's domicile can tell a lot about his personality. Kaizan-san chose a place where he can contemplate Tokyo night life while listening to the sound of Typhoon waves beating the beach by Kamogawa Sea World. If the swell gets too big to handle, you can always hop on the train for Tokyo and see a Kabuki performance or two. It takes just a little more than two and a half hours.

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