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Tao Te Ching


"The ancient masters were profound and subtle. Their wisdom was unfathomable. There is no way to describe it. All we can describe is their appearance. They were careful as someone crossing and iced-over stream. Alert as a warrior in enemy territory. Courteous as a guest. Fluid as melting ice. Shapeable as a block of wood. Receptive as a valley. Clear as a glass of water. Do you have the patience to wait 'til your mud settles and the water is clear? Can you remain unmoving 'til the right action arises by itself. The master doesn't seek fulfillment. Not seeking, not expecting. She is present and can welcome all things."


When you welcome all things, your journey is perfect. The art of allowing requires patience and surrendering.



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