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Laozi, Chapter 19

Daodejing — The Classic About Ways and Instances Translated by William P. Coleman If holiness disappears and wisdom is thrown away, then people benefit a hundred ways. If benevolence disappears and righteousness is thrown away, then people return to filial … Continue reading

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Wang Wei — My Retreat at Chung-nan Mountain

My Retreat at Chung-nan Mountain Wang Wei 701-761 CE (translated by William P. Coleman) In the middle of my life, I was very fond of tao; now my home is in the south, by this mountain. When inspiration comes, I … Continue reading

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