Thursday, 26 June 2014

Daily Tao

True words are not eloquent;
eloquent words are not true.
Wise men do not need to debate;
men who need to debate are not wise.
Wise men are not scholars;
scholars are not wise.


The Master desires no possessions.
The more he does for others,
the happier he is.
The more he gives to others,
the wealthier he is.


The Tao nourishes by not forcing.
The Master imitates this,
acting for the good of all
and opposing himself to no one.

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