Knowledge.

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If you realize that you have enough, then you are truly rich.

This is probably a thought that I need to call to mind every day. It bears repeating. I almost feel that Lao-Tzu communicated this message in order that I should receive it. submitted by /u/morgensternx1 [link] [comments]Read More

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Sound. Emotionless. Natural Distinction.

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Not specifically Taoism, but I’m sure you guys can appreciate this!

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Shelter and Shade.

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That’s funny

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All relative.

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Anyone know of a good widget for Android? I’m looking for a daily passage one. I used to have a good one but it left the Play Store and when I got a new phone it wasn’t available anymore.

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Where is the Taoist concept of nature/naturalness (自然 zìrán) explained?

I keep reading about ziran being implied as a major concept in Taoism (by westerners) to the point of people romanticizing it, but I can’t actually find Chinese passages that explain its major or unique significance to Taoist thought as its own thing. Where does the significance really stem from? In the Tao Te Ching,…

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APPENDIX I SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF KUO HSIANG [Last: part 6+7]

6 Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu opposed sages. In Taoistic literature, the word “sage” has two meanings. By sage the Taoists either mean the perfect man or the man with all sorts of knowledge. Lao Tzu and Chuang Tzu attacked knowledge and sage of the latter kind, the man who has knowledge. From the above…

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