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The Highest Good
Posted in peace, philosophy, spirituality, wisdom Tagged ancient, benevolence, Chinese, compassion, kindness, Lao Tzu, love, peace, philosophy, spirituality, Tao, Tao Te Ching, water, wisdom Leave a comment
Appearance And Reality
Nothing in the world is softer and weaker than water. Yet there is nothing better for subduing all that is harder and stronger. Everyone observes how weak overcomes strong, how gentleness overcomes rigidity. Yet, this principle is seldom put into … Continue reading
Posted in Lao Tzu, light, love, mysticism, nature, peace, philosophy, principle, reflection, spirituality, sufism, Tao, truth, wisdom Tagged ancient, appearance, China, Chinese, Lao Tzu, mysticism, perception, philosophy, reality, rock, spirituality, sufism, Tao, Tao Te Ching, truth, water Leave a comment