Wednesday, February 2, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-9 Big in minuscule
Big things in the world must be created in the minuscule. (Ch.63)
Tao is the biggest of all.
This is correct in a way.
But, if it gives you an impression that Tao is big, I am sorry, it is wrong.
Please remember Tao has no volume.
So, it is the most minuscule and minute being.
Big things in the world, which is your hologram, are, in fact, not at all big.
They are just tiny elements of your hologram that you project.
Some institutions such as states, societies, or multinational corporations may seem big.
But, they are just tiny parts of the backdrop of your hologram.
-Decoding a riddle 63-1
-No work 63-2
-No taste 63-3
-Small = Big 63-4
-Love him 63-5
-Complicated in Easy 63-8
-Big in minuscule 63-9
-Don't try 63-10
-Casual promises 63-11
-Easy origin 63-12
-Everything as difficult 63-13
-Nothing is difficult 63-14
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 63
Tao answers your question!
☞Do you have to be an intellectual to understand Buddhism? Not at all. Do you have to read many books on the subject? Not at all, either. If you want to know about it but have a limited amount of time and patience, check these two series of Manga cartoon comics. Osamu Tezuka, the father of the one and only Astro Boy, created «Buddha». As its name shows, the Manga is about the life of the founder of Buddhism. This Japanese counterpart to Walt Disney also created «Phoenix» to tackle the theme of reincarnation. (☞Please compare Tezuka's interpretation with that of Tao by Matsumoto. See Chapter 74 Reincarnation.) Both Anime video version and Manga cartoon version of «Phoenix» are available. These days few Japanese can ignore the Anime and the Manga as non-educational.