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Enemies

“There is no greater illusion than fear, no greater wrong than preparing to defend yourself, no greater misfortune than having an enemy. Whoever can see through all fear will always be safe.” ‪#‎LaoTzu‬

The Tao Of Good Government

Most government and military leaders throughout history have felt it wise policy to extol the doers of good deeds, and to honor them with titles, awards, or wealth. 1,026 more words

Philosophy

Governing a large country
is like cooking a small fish.

When a country is governed
according to the tao,
People are treated gently.

When order is not disturbed, 29 more words

Tao

Daily Inspiration.

A lot of interesting things has been going on in my life, and I personally would love to share with you guys and however, here’s to today’s inspiration.

Hint Of Fabulousity

The Tao Te Ching As Seen By An Admiring & Sympathetic Skeptic

The Tao Te Ching (a.k.a. Dow De Jing) is a Chinese philosophical document composed of numerous short entries instructing the reader on the nature of life and on how to live it, frequently using very obtuse or esoteric language in an attempt to convey, or appear to convey, deeper meaning. 1,550 more words

Philosophy

Easily broken...

“A tree that is unbending
is easily broken.”

– Lao Tzu

Inspirational

The Tao Summarized: 3) Keeping the People at Rest

In this poem, the Little Sage advises that a population made of healthy and subservient individuals is a peaceful one. He advises that keeping your masses thoughtless and without imagination, but also sound in body, will keep them happy, and it will keep your state peaceful. 106 more words

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