Friday, June 24, 2011

Tao Te Ching Chapter 77-9 Love & Excess

Today's Tao

Who can have excess and give it to the world under the sky? Only those with Tao can. (Ch.77)

You should avoid excess.

It's even better if you reduce and reduce everything till you have nothing left. (☞See Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching Chapter 48 / Reduce and reduce)

"The world under the sky" is your hologram, remember?

So, be generous to the rest of your holographic world.

A: "Master Bonbon, I want to help poor children in Japan. What should I do?"

B: "Send the latest Nintendo 7DS video game consoles. Some may have lost theirs. Others have old consoles, on which they cannot play holographic games."

Whether you give something to someone materially or not, you are sending Love to the world.

Send Love as generously as you get completely detached from your holographic world.

Then, you will remember that you are always one with Tao.

Only you can send Love.

No one else.

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-Tao by Matsumoto / Tao Te Ching / Chapter 77
-Tao by Matsumoto / "Do nothing" Corporation. "Ninten 任天" of Nintendo means "to trust Heaven and do nothing".

Lao Tzu answers your question!

Nin 任 means "to give responsibility to someone". If you add kyo 侠, Ninkyo 任侠 signifies "gallantry", which sometimes implies a gangster. Ten 天 means "Heaven or sky" like the spanish word "cielo". If you add ka 下, Tenka signifies "under the sky", which is normally a synonym of "the whole world". Do 堂 means "a hall, a shrine, or a temple". If you add Ninten 任天, Nintendo 任天堂 means "the temple of doing nothing" or "the hall of trusting Heaven", which can be used outside Japan as the name of the video game consoles they sell. Nintendo has been contributing their creative toys to our good memories of childhood in the country for many decades. Therefore, it is impossible for the Japanese boys and the men who once were boys to use the company's name only as the name of the video games.

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