Friday, January 28, 2011

Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-4 Small = Big

Today's Tao

The small is big. The few is many. (Ch.63)

Can you accept that the world is your hologram?

All right.

Then, what is the biggest thing of all?

Well, it's you logically because you are the one who projects it.

What is the second biggest?

Your brains.

What's next?

Your body.

The next?

Your room or the space around you.

The closer, the bigger.

The order in size is upside down.

So is the order in number.

Haven't you considered that your own self is the smallest?

Love the biggest being of all, which is Tao, that is to say, true You.

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-Big in minuscule 63-9
-Don't try 63-10
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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 63
-State filth 78-8 The world is smaller than a TV set. That's why the sage says, "Those who accept the filth of the country are called the master of the state".

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☞The Japanese have been living in fear since they settled in this volcanic archipelago. Some came through the Korean Peninsula. Some crossed the South Yellow Sea. Some traveled on the strong currents in the Pacific Ocean. Somehow they liked these islands, but soon had to realize that they had got plenty of earthquakes, tsunami, typhoons and volcanic eruptions. Now the modernization of warfare have added another source of fear. The original title of Akira Kurosawa's «I Live in Fear» is "Ikimono no Kiroku", which means the record of living beings.

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