That which cannot be seen is called invisible. That which cannot be heard is called inaudible. That which cannot be held is called intangible. These three cannot be defined; therefore, they merged as one. Each of these three is subtle for description. By intuition you can see it, hear it, and feel it. Then the … More 14th Verse – Tao Te Ching
Favor and disgrace seem alarming. High status greatly afflicts your person. Why are favor and disgrace alarming? Seeking favor is degrading: alarming when it is gotten, alarming when it is lost. Why does high status greatly afflict your person? The reason we have a lot of trouble is that we have selves. If we had … More 13th Verse – Tao Te Ching
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The five colors blind the eye. The five tones deafen the ear. The five flavors dull the taste. The chase and the hunt craze people’s minds. Wasting energy to obtain rare objects only impedes one’s growth. The master observes the world but trusts his inner vision. He allows things to come and go. He prefers … More 12th Verse – Tao Te Ching