one


 

To the

ordinary person,

the body of humanity seems

vast. In truth, it is neither

bigger nor smaller than

anything else.

 

To the

ordinary person,

there are others whose awareness

needs raising. In truth, there is no self,

and no other. To the ordinary person,

the temple is sacred and the field

is not. This, too, is a dualism

which runs counter to

the truth.

 

Those

who are highly evolved

maintain an undiscriminating

perception. Seeing everything, labeling

nothing, they maintain their awareness

of  the Great Oneness. Thus they

are supported

by it.

 

from Hua hu Ching, Chapter 19

 

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shirk nothing


 

There is no escape.

You can’t be a vagabond and an artist

and still be a solid citizen, a wholesome, upstanding man.

You want to get drunk, so you have to accept the hangover.

You say yes to the sunlight and pure fantasies, so you

have to say yes to the filth and the nausea.

Everything is within you, gold and mud,

happiness and pain, the laughter

of childhood and the

apprehension

of death.

 

Say yes

to everything, shirk

nothing. Don’t try to lie to yourself.

You are not a solid citizen. You are not a Greek.

You are not harmonious, or the master of yourself.

You are a bird in the storm. Let

it storm! Let it drive

you!

 

Herman Hesse

 

whatever is against tao ceases to be

 

Those

who wish to use

Tao to influence others 

don’t rely on force or weapons

or military strategies. Force rebounds. 

Weapons turn on their wielders. 

Battles are inevitably

followed by

famines. 

 

Just do

what needs to be done,

and then stop. Attain your purpose,

but don’t press your advantage. Be resolute,

but don’t force. Succeed, but don’t

crow. Accomplish, but don’t

overpower. 

 

Overdoing

things invites decay, 

and this is against Tao. 

Whatever is against

Tao soon ceases

to be.

 

from The Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu,

Chapter 30


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be still

Cogitation,

making judgements,

following patterns, firing arrows,

engaging in endless ideation and emotional

behavior — all these are to be abandoned

and transcended on the

Way.

 

Be still.

Do not doing.

A clear and open

state of freedom

will appear.

 

Wei wu Wei Ching, Chapter 23

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