Saturday, December 11, 2010
Tao Te Ching Chapter 58-4 Misfortune = Fortune
Misfortune hides in fortune. (Ch.58)
I sincerely hope you have read or watched the video blog Favour 13-4 because the story of «Old Sai's horse» teaches us the Taoist attitude.
Now let's discuss why.
What is Tao?
Tao is the constant change of the energy flow.
It needs to change.
To create and stimulate the change of the flow, we have holograms.
Tao creates holograms, and holograms stimulate Tao.
This is the Yin Yang cycle.
Fortune and misfortune are part of the hologram.
To maintain the cycle, fortune provokes misfortune, and vice versa.
The important thing is that all of them are one without time or space.
-Dark Government 58-1
-Brilliant government 58-2
-Fortune = Misfortune 58-3
-Misfortune = Fortune 58-4
-Eternal cycle 58-5
-Odd criterion 58-7
-Confused about time? 58-9
-Don't tear it! 58-10
-Kyoka (crazy song) hurts 58-11
-Straight = Bent 58-12
-Amida (Amitābha) shines 58-13
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 58
-Can't help it 30-9
Tao answers your question!
☞Kanzo Uchimura is the founder of the nonchurch movement in Japan. He was born into a samurai family in Edo (now called Tokyo) in 1861, a few years before the end of the samurai era. He studied at Amherst College, New England, among others. The nonchurch movement is called "Mukyokai 無教会" in Japanese.