Saturday, February 7, 2015

Today's Tao / Water never errs 8-5

«Today's Tao»

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«My Koan Horoscope»

(available in Taoísmo en Español)

1. Longness and shortness need each other. / Dificultad y facilidad se necesitan mutuamente.
(Ch.2 / Tao)

2. If you underestimate the enemy, you have almost lost my treasures. / Si subestima al enemigo, casi ha perdido mis tesoros. (Ch.69 / Bad luck)

3. The weak beats the strong. / Lo débil vence lo fuerte. (Ch.78 / Middle luck)


Tao - Bad luck - Middle luck. Do you wonder why some people are so obsessed with money? Do you wonder why you are always short of money? Or, do you wonder how you can hide something valuable; gold, diamonds or any sort of treasure? Then, don't underestimate your enemy. Which enemy? Your biggest enemy is your dichotomy. In order to simplify your situations, don't you classify them into good or bad? Remember your true treasures are not tangible. In Taoism, 1) Sending Love, 2) Wasting nothing, and 3) Trying not to be the first. In Buddhism, 1) Buddha, 2) Manifestation, and 3) Company/Monk. Is it difficult to be a fool who thinks that money is Tao/Buddha's manifestation?

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

Naoto Matsumoto

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