Drastic measures may be required to be taken regarding the current situation. Serious sacrifice would not be in vain and would have far reaching positive impact.
Tao Te Ching – Verse 22
If you want to become whole,
let yourself be partial.
If you want to become straight,
let yourself be crooked.
If you want to become full,
let yourself be empty.
If you want to … Read the rest
“If you feel you can’t believe anybody or anything, fine. Don’t. Instead believe in yourself. Wake up and go deeply in your self. Master the mind. Get to the essence and process of your own life. Stop playing games. If … Read the rest
Find happiness by giving attention to and promoting your contentment while shedding your desires that are sources of discontent.
Flow is the basic vehicle for life. Allowing flow where there is constriction promotes a balanced, happy existence. Complaints serve only … Read the rest
Tao Te Ching – Verse 21
The Master keeps her mind
always at one with the Tao;
that is what gives her her radiance.
The Tao is ungraspable.
How can her mind be at one with it?
Because she doesn’t … Read the rest
“In meditation you begin to realize that there is a world of you. There is a world of your mind, and a world of you. In the world of you, in your basic elementary situation, in your identity, your mind … Read the rest
Tao Te Ching – Verse 20
Stop thinking, and end your problems.
What difference between yes and no?
What difference between success and failure?
Must you value what others value,
avoid what others avoid?
Tao Te Ching – Verse 19
Throw away holiness and wisdom,
and people will be a hundred times happier.
Throw away morality and justice,
and people will do the right thing.
Throw away industry and profit,
and there won’t be … Read the rest
You have to develop the sensitivity of the brain that lets you know the truth: the Unknown is known to me. The same sensitivity that is totality and Infinity in every unique human being and can only be achieved through … Read the rest
Meet danger as it arises as a warrior. Do not participate in danger by seeking it nor normalizing circumstances that lead to danger. Seek a higher calling.
Tao Te Ching – Verse 17
When the Master governs, the people
are hardly aware that he exists.
Next best is a leader who is loved.
Next, one who is feared.
The worst is one who is despised.