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280From the Tao Te Ching:

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  • pumpdup1
    Apr 1, 2000
      Human beings are<br>soft and supple when
      alive,<br>stiff and straight when dead.<br><br>The myriad
      creatures, the grasses and trees are<br>soft and fragile
      when alive,<br>dry and withered when
      dead.<br><br>Therefore, it is said:<br>The rigid person is a disciple of
      death;<br>The soft, supple, and delicate are lovers of
      life.<br><br>An army that is inflexible will not conquer;<br>A
      tree that is inflexible will snap.<br><br>The
      unyielding and mighty shall be brought low;<br>The soft,
      supple, and delicate will be set above.
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