Thursday, February 3, 2011

Tao Te Ching Chapter 63-10 Don't try

Today's Tao

Therefore, the sage never tries to do big things. Because of this, he often does them. (Ch.63)

A severe Zen master might say:

"Don't be stupid.

Don't try to change the world.

It's your hologram.

Don't be fooled by the illusion.

Don't look down on it, either.

It is the manifestation of Buddha's love.

Accept the love with respect.

Then, it is your turn to create Buddha's love."

Lao Tzu may be a little less demanding.

He doesn't mind if you change the world, or your own hologram.

He even tells us how.

"Don't do big things", he says.

The things will be done without your trying to do them.

This attitude of doing nothing is called Dark Depth Female, 玄牝 [gen pi].

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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 63

Tao answers your question!

☞Kaibara, Ekiken and Kaibara, Ekken are the same Samurai (1630 - 1714). His name is written 貝原益軒 in Japanese. He was known as a Confucianist and natural historian, and wrote the book «Yojokun» on the left at the age of 83. "Yojo" means care, and the title of the book can be interpreted as "the instructions for keeping healthy". On the right, «The philosophy of Qi» is the translation of Ekiken's «Taigiroku», the Record of Great Doubts.

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