Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Tao Te Ching Chapter 64-15 Careful end

Today's Tao

End it carefully as if you are starting it, and you will never defeat the job. (Ch.64)

Let's discuss a better approach than yesterday's one.

End it as if you are starting it.

It is logical, isn't it?

Because the end is the beginning.

Tao does not have time, remember?

Time is just a parameter to reconstruct your hologram in the mind.

There is neither "before" nor "after".

What does this mean?

It means that you can never ever block Tao's energy.

You just THINK you do.

This imaginary resistance is the cause of suffering.

The suffering is just a catalyst.

Let's accept all, and love all.

That's how you profit from the world.

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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 64

Tao answers your question!

☞You don't have to be the master of your life because you cannot be. Let your destiny sweep you away. Then, you will discover that you are the one who creates the destiny. A young fisherman Manjiro Nakahama was swept away as far as Boston. A storm swept him first, and the combination of "coincidences" took him to the States. Eventually, he came back to Japan and contributed to its modernization. Masuji Ibuse, the author of «Castaways», looks at this John Manjiro as a man who made friends with his own destiny. "Ibuse-san, did John Man fight against the tide while the young woman in «Black Rain» and the two animals in «The Salamander» accepted their destinies?" ☞Even though she is young and beautiful, she only sleeps. Is it good enough for the customers? Who knows. Does this kind of institution still exist now. Nobody knows. Yasunari Kawabata, the Nobel prize winner and author of «House of the Sleeping Beauties» cannot answer the question now. You have to read the novel and find it out for yourself. "Kawabata-san, do the sleeping beauties accept what is going on in the mind of their customers?"

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