Friday, November 26, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 57-1 Justice
You govern a state with justice. (Ch.57)
Justice, which one imposes on another, is useless.
There is no difference between justice and injustice.
Lao Tzu asks you not to judge.
True justice is accepting all. That's what Lao Tzu is talking about here.
If you feel like complaining about injustice, it is a good sign that you are not accepting your holograms.
The one and only justice is to maintain the circulation of Tao's energy with the least possible amount of resistance.
-Surprise attack 57-2
-Don't work 57-3
-How do I know? 57-4
-No prohibitions 57-5
-More useful tools 57-6
-More intelligent, more evil 57-7
-Ho 法 and Laws 57-8
-Sage's "Do nothing" 57-9
-Don't move 57-10
-Don't work and Get rich 57-11
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 57
Tao answers your question!
☞At first, I found it fantastic to use Albert Einstein's photo for the publicity of a Japanese Classic «The Tale of Genji». Later, when I got to realize that the name of Einstein has been given to the collection of their books for Kindle, I have to admit, I was greatly disappointed. ☞«The Confession of Lady Nijo» is an interesting medieval record of the battle between libido and financial gain in a woman.