Monday, December 6, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 57-11 Don't work & Get rich
"I do no work and the people get rich by themselves." (Ch.57)
"Do no work."
This epigram of Lao Tzu sounds truer than ever these days.
The more you work, the poorer you get.
Some economists may agree.
Then, let's ask ourselves why.
The less you work, the richer you get because you do not waste Tao's energy.
In other words, you create less resistance.
Wealth is part of your hologram.
The hologram transforms itself unless you resist its transformation.
Your hologram is rich and abundant of Tao's energy.
Don't waste it by working on it.
-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!
☞There are some underrated giants, particularly in their own countries. While they enjoy admiration and respect abroad, they have to face skeptics at home. Here we have two Japanese men of that sort: Masanobu Fukuoka of the "Do nothing" agriculture and Masaru Emoto of the memory of the water. Read them and see them for your self. We have no right to tell "nobody told me so" in the future.