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Type: Philosopher
Nationality: Chinese
Date of Birth: 369 BC
Date of Death: 286 BC




 

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Flow with whatever may happen and let your mind be free. Stay centered by accepting whatever you are doing. This is the ultimate.
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Knowing that knowing is unknowable is true perfection.
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Heaven is like an egg, and the earth is like the yolk of the egg.
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Some pursue happiness - others create it.
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I dreamed I was a butterfly, flitting around in the sky; then I awoke. Now I wonder: Am I a man who dreamt of being a butterfly, or am I a butterfly dreaming that I am a man?
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Happiness is the absence of the striving for happiness.
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Nothing can bring you happiness but yourself.
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Great knowledge sees all in one. Small knowledge breaks down into the many.
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Do not seek fame. Do not make plans. Do not be absorbed by activities. Do not think that you know. Be aware of all that is and dwell in the infinite. Wander where there is no path. Be all that heaven gave you, but act as though you have received nothing. Be empty, that is all.
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To a mind that is still, the entire universe surrenders.
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If water derives lucidity from stillness, how much more the faculties of the mind! The mind of the sage, being in repose, becomes the mirror of the universe, the speculum of all creation.
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All the fish needs is to get lost in the water. All man needs is to get lost in Tao.
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He who regards all things as one is a companion of Nature.
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By ethical argument and moral principle the greatest crimes are eventually shown to have been necessary, and, in fact, a benefit to mankind.
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Where is that man who has forgotten words that I may have a word with him?
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To regard the fundamental as the essence, to regard things as coarse, to regard accumulation as deficiency, and to dwell quietly alone with the spiritual and the intelligent - herein lie the techniques of Tao of the ancients.
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Rewards and punishment is the lowest form of education.
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When an archer is shooting for nothing, he has all his skill. If he shoots for a brass buckle, he is already nervous. If he shoots for a prize of gold, he goes blind or sees two targets - He is out of his mind! His skill has not changed. But the prize divides him. He cares. He thinks more of winning than of shooting- And the need to win drains him of power.
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When I talk about having good hearing, I don't mean just listening, but listening to yourself. When I talk about good eyesight, I don't mean just looking, but looking at yourself.
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Compare birth with death, compare death with life; compare what is possible with what is not possible and compare what is not possible with what is possible; because there is, there is not, and because there is not, there is.
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It is only when the formed learns from the unformed that there is understanding.
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The true man breathes with his heels.
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Yet the stupid believe they are awake, busily and brightly assuming they understand things, calling this man ruler, that one herdsman? How dense! Confucius and you are both dreaming! And when I say you are dreaming, I am dreaming, too.
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If you have insight, you use your inner eye, your inner ear, to pierce to the heart of things, and have no need of intellectual knowledge.
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Those who do not see themselves but who see others, who fail to grasp of themselves but who grasp others, take possession of what others have but fail to possess themselves. they are attracted to what others enjoy but fail to find enjoyment in themselves.
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