Monday, May 30, 2011
Tao Te Ching Chapter 75-4 Value life?
Surely, those who do nothing by living are better than those who value life. (Ch.75)
You respect your life as a painted rice-cake, that is to say, a hologram and catalyst.
You value your life a little.
You value your life a lot and try to achieve the maximum in there.
Lao Tzu might say: "Oh, my god! Surely, you have got a problem".
If you try to control your life, you will certainly be stuck in there.
No act in Life is better than doing nothing.
That's what Lao Tzu is saying.
Besides, we have to learn that, no matter what we do, we are doing nothing in our hologram, which we call Life.
No matter what we do, we are sending Love.
Likewise, no matter what they do, they are sending Love to you.
-Tax and Starve 75-1
-King and Zen Master Dogen 75-2
-Plenty of life? 75-3
-Value life? 75-4
-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 75
Tao answers your question!
☞«Tao of ****» The first line comparison (18) / "Part 1 Taoism and Zen: The Historical Connections". On the left, «The Tao of Zen» written by Ray Grigg. / On the right, «Tao Te Ching: Zen Teachings on the Taoist Classic» written by Tao Tzu and Takuan Soho. The Zen master in the Samurai period, Takuan, is one of the best known historical personalities in modern Japan. Nevertheless, don't say "Give me Takuan, please." if you want to buy a book written by the master. You might end up with buying a yellow pickled radish. The master's name is better known in Japan for his gastronomic invention than for his Zen philosophy.