Sunday, November 28, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 57-3 Don't work
You get the world under the sky by doing no work. (Ch.57)
Lao Tzu is saying here:
"Don't govern your state with so-called justice.
Don't launch a surprise attack.
Do not work on any. Don't interfere."
He is discouraging you from using your intelligence.
The world, which you want to transform with your intelligence, is a hologram and catalyst you project.
By doing nothing, you can change the world.
If you accept all, the world will change itself.
-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
-No work 63-2
Tao answers your question!
☞I don't know if Sei Shonagon, the author of «Makura no Soshi / The Pillow Book», would be happy about the film «The Pillow Book». Probably yes. Thanks to Peter Greenaway, the classical collection of the medieval essays by an intelligent imperial female servant is now digitally immortalized in DVD. (☞See also Can't help it 30-9)