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Practice not-doing and everything will fall into place.
Those who take long steps cannot keep the pace.
The Tao is great. The universe is great. Earth is great. Man
Just as the value of a house lies in its location, The
Throw away profit and greed, and there won’t be any thieves.
Trying to understand is like straining through muddy water. Be still and
With that gentleness I can be bold; with that economy I can
A sound man is good at salvage, at seeing nothing is lost
There is no calamity greater than lightly engaging in war.
True words are not pleasing. Pleasing words are not true.
To attain to the human form must always be a source of
Having reached a high level of realization (or having accomplished anything in
Whatever one cultivates, is what one becomes.
Authority never matches responsibility. That’s one of the great myths and delusions
To be always seeking after the useful does not become free and exalted souls.
Victory is much more meaningful when it comes not just from one
Persecution has come upon us, right honorable brethren, and persecution in the
Working conditions for me have always been those of the monastic life:
Sometimes you have to create the thing you want to be part of.
To be the equal of one’s opponent-this is the first condition of an honourable duel.
The crew and cast at Castle becomes more of a reality than