i have some good news

 

All barriers to

progress are removed.

The degree of success will be

determined by the closeness

of your alliance with

the Sage.

 

third changing line,

The I Ching, or Book of Changes

Hexagram 46, Sheng / Pushing Upward

 

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regard the humble as exalted


 

Act by

not acting,

accomplish by not

straining, understand

by not knowing. Regard the

humble as exalted and the exalted

as humble. Remedy injury

with tranquil

repair.

 

Meet

the difficult while

it is still easy; cross the

universe one step at a time.

Because the sage doesn’t try

anything too big, she’s able

to accomplish big

things.

 

Those

who commit lightly

seldom come through.

Those who think everything

is easy will find everything hard.

The sage understands that

everything is difficult, and

thus in the end has no

difficulties.

 

from The Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu,

Chapter 63

 

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tolerating disarray, remaining at rest

ap

 

A sage is subtle,

intuitive, penetrating, profound. 

His depths are mysterious and

unfathomable. 

 

The best one can do is

describe his appearance: the sage

is alert as a person crossing a winter stream; as

circumspect as a person with neighbors on all four sides; 

as respectful as a thoughtful guest; as yielding as

melting ice; as simple as uncarved wood; 

as open as a valley; as chaotic

as a muddy torrent. 

 

Why “chaotic

as a muddy torrent”? 

Because clarity is learned by

being patient  in the

heart of chaos. 

 

Tolerating

disarray, remaining at rest, 

gradually one learns to allow muddy water to

settle and proper responses to reveal themselves. 

Those who aspire to tao don’t long for fulfillment. 

They selflessly allow tao to use and deplete

them; they calmly allow tao to renew

and complete them. 

 

from The Tao te Ching of Lao Tzu,

Chapter 15

 

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