Sunday, February 1, 2015

Today's Tao / Out of your body 7-5

«Today's Tao»

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«My Koan Horoscope»

(available in Taoísmo en Español)

1. No fault is more miserable than wanting to gain. / Ningún culpa es más miserable que el deseo de beneficiarse. (Ch. 46 / Good luck)

2. Fortune leans on misfortune. / La fortuna se apoya en la desgracia. (Ch.58 / Good luck)

3. Between good and evil how great is the distance? / ¿Entre el bien y el mal, cuán grande es la distancia? (Ch.20 / Bad luck)


Good luck - Good luck - Bad luck. Do you wonder why you have to lead such a miserable life? Do you envy someone more fortunate than you? "Life is full of injustice!", you may want to cry out loud. Then, ask yourself whether you want to gain more. Also ask yourself if you can remember the saying: "Fortune and misfortune are neighbors". Ask yourself whether you are not collecting more and more knowledge concerning Taoism, Zen Buddhism, or Shintoism for your personal benefit or vanity to be better than others. Aren't you lost in Lao Tzu's teachings or Buddhist prayers? Are you ready to say to your friends and family: "There is neither good nor evil."? Someone's good can be someone else's evil. Now, you are ready to ask yourself who «someone» is and where he exists.

Please try Koan Horoscope (although it is in Spanish).

Naoto Matsumoto

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