Tzu, Lao.

Tao te Ching.


DKK 75,00

The “Tao te Ching” is the mystical, spiritual soul of TAoism, one of the three great religions along with Confucianism and Buddhism of ancient China. The Tao is usually translated as “the way” or “the path”, but it is better understood as a universal life force that flows around and through all things. It teaches us that happiness is found in becoming one with the Tao, which enables us to live in harmony, balance, and peace and to develop the virtues of humility, moderation, and compassion.

- Translated by Charles Muller.

Barnes and Noble Classics. New York, 2005.

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INDHOLD: The Tao is so vast that when you use it, something is always left. – Though you lose the body, you do not die. – Believe in the complete and retur to it. – Know Glory but cleave to Humiliation be the valley for everyone. – What goes around comes around. -The Tao is always nameless. – True virtue does not act and has no intentions. – Loss is not as bad as wanting more. – If I had just a little bit of wisdom I should walk the Great Path and fear only straying from it. – One who kniws does not speak. One who speaks does not know. – The Tao is hidden deep in all things. – Respond to anger with virtue. – There is nothing better than to know that you don’t know. – True words are not fancy. Fancy words are not true. – The way of Heaven is to help and not harm.- Introduction and notes by Yi-Ping Ong. – 175 sider. – Pænt eksemplar.