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Type: Philosopher
Nationality: Chinese
Date of Birth: 604 BC
Date of Death: 531 BC


 

Lao-Tzu Quotes > A tree that can fill the span...

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A tree that can fill the span of a man's arms grows from a downy tip; A terrace nine storeys high rises from handfuls of earth; A journey of a thousand miles starts from beneath one's feet.
Lao-Tzu
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