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Those

who wish to

embody the Tao

should embrace all things.

To embrace all things means first

that one holds no anger or resistance

toward any idea or thing, living or

dead, formed or formless.

Acceptance is the very

essence of the

Tao.

 

To embrace

all things means also

that one rids oneself of any

concept of separation; male and

female, self and other, life and

death. Division is contrary

to the nature of

the Tao.

 

Foregoing

antagonism and

separation, one enters into

the harmonious oneness

of all things.

 

from Hua hu Ching, Chapter 3

 

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