Saturday, August 7, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 46-1 Sowing
If the world under the sky has Tao, horses carrying messengers are demoted to sowing. (Ch.46)
"The world under the sky" means your hologram.
"Horses carrying messengers" are working for the army.
Therefore, if you are one with Tao, there are no message about war declaration.
The horses can be used to cultivate the fields peacefully.
Wars excite people.
These are a test you create in your mind.
Please be courageous enough to say they are happening only in your hologram.
-Arms / Joshu 46-2
-Greed / Shoaku makusa 46-3
-Not content? 46-4
-Want no gain 46-5
-Content x 3 46-6
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 46
Tao answers your question!
☞When you sell a book, what do you have to do? At least, you have to tell potential buyers what the book is about. It is a pity that the publicity on the left does not tell us anything about the subject of the book, not to mention, why we have to buy it. The book is about Konparu Zenchiku, an "avant-garde" Noh theater-maker in the fifteenth century and a supposedly close friend of the Zen master Ikkyu Sojun. Some believe that he was the true author of the Noh play Yama Uba. Isn't it a reason good enough to buy a book, or at least to check the content on Amazon?