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Published 17.11.2019 by

Tão Seu (The Not So Late Jungle Voyage)

Gardakinos

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8 Comments

  1. Kazrale said:
    When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly. When people see some things as good, other things become bad. Being and non-being create each other.
    25.11.2019
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  2. Voodooll said:
    Drawing on Jung's letters, aphorisms, and other writings, David Rosen examines six crises in Jung's personal development and discovers many parallels between Jung's natural world of the psyche and that of Taoist philosophy.
    21.11.2019
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  3. Maull said:
    1 / The tao that can be told / Is not the eternal Tao. / The name that can be named / Is not the eternal Name. / The unnamable is the eternally real. / Naming is the origin / Of.
    26.11.2019
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  4. Kagalkree said:
    In a little state with a small population, I would so order it, that, though there were individuals with the abilities of ten or a hundred men, there should be no employment of them; I would make the people, while looking on death as a grievous thing, yet not remove elsewhere (to avoid it).
    17.11.2019
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  5. Zolokinos said:
    Last of all, the TTC hits us up with these somewhat cryptic lines: "Those who do not lose their base endure / Those who die but do not perish have longevity" (). We'll say that the base probably means your spiritual relationship with the Tao. If that's firm, then you'll survive.
    18.11.2019
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    24.11.2019
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  7. Malalrajas said:
    So, with absolute humility, Lao Tzu approaches us, and lets us know, as a caveat, that, despite his experience, whatever he tells us of The Way is not The Way itself. Like a symbol, his words are meant to suggest and convey things beyond their immediate appearance. If you want to understand them, you will get nowhere if you take them solely.
    22.11.2019
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  8. Migul said:
    Chapter 2: Verse 1. All in the world know the beauty of the beautiful, and in doing this they have (the idea of) what ugliness is; they all know the skill of the skillful, and in doing this they have (the idea of) what the want of skill is. Chapter 8: Verse 1. The highest [ ].
    17.11.2019
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