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365 Tao - Numbers

April 18 Day 108 NUMBERS One gives birth to two, two gives birth to three, Three gives birth to the ten thousand. One hundred and eight counts make one cycle,
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3:36 AM

Tao Te Ching Chapter 69 - Bynner's translation

69 The handbook of the strategist has said: 'Do not invite the fight, accept it instead,' 'Better a foot behind than an inch too far ahead,' Which means: Look
Sue in NJ
3:35 AM

365 Tao - Withdrawal

April 17 Day 107 WITHDRAWAL Activity is essential, but exhausting, And its importance is only on the surface. Withdraw into Tao at the end of the day.
Sue in NJ
Apr 17

Tao Te Ching Chapter 68 - Bynner's translation

68 The best captain does not plunge headlong Nor is the best soldier a fellow hot to fight. The greatest victor wins without a battle: He who overcomes men
Sue in NJ
Apr 17

Tao Te Ching Chapter 67 - Bynner's translation

67 Everyone says that my way of life is the way of a simpleton. Being largely the way of a simpleton is what makes it worth while. If it were not the way of a
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Apr 16

365 Tao - Carefree

April 16 Day 106 CAREFREE Two ducks nestled in lake-side grass. Both marked by the same brilliant purple at the wing. Water provides food, bath, and play, What
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Apr 16

365 Tao - Compassion

April 15 Day 105 COMPASSION Once you've seen the face of god, You see that same face on everyone you meet. The true god has no face. The true Tao has no name.
Sue in NJ
Apr 15

Tao Te Ching Chapter 66 - Bynner's translation

66 Why are rivers and seas lords of the waters? Because they afford the common level And so become lords of the waters. The common people love a sound man
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Apr 15

Tao Te Ching Chapter 65 - Bynner's translation

65 Sound old rulers, it is said, Left people to themselves, instead Of wanting to teach everything And start the people arguing. With mere instruction in
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Apr 14

365 Tao - Readiness

April 14 Day 104 READINESS A knife keeps its edge Only with honing and proper cutting. A warrior's virtue is readiness. A sage's virtue is awareness. This life
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Apr 14

365 Tao - Reciprocity

April 13 Day 103 RECIPROCITY Hands grasp, but also give. Mouth tastes, but also speaks. Nose breathes, but also smells. Eyes see, but also show. Ears hear, but
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Apr 13

Tao Te Ching Chapter 64 - Bynner's translation

64 Before it move, hold it, Before it go wrong, mould it, Drain off water in winter before it freeze, Before weeds grow, sow them to the breeze. You can deal
Sue in NJ
Apr 13

Tao Te Ching Chapter 63 - Bynner's translation

63 Men knowing the way of life Do without acting, Effect without enforcing, Taste without consuming; 'Through the many they find the few, Through the humble
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Apr 12

365 Tao - Awareness

April 12 Day 102 AWARENESS Outer eyes Cannot see themselves. The inner eye Is its own reflection When we look we can see many things, but the eyes cannot see
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Apr 12

Tao Te Ching Chapter 62 - Bynner's translation

62 Existence is sanctuary: It is a good man's purse, It is also a bad man's keep. Clever performances come dear or cheap, Goodness comes free; And how shall a
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Apr 11
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