Re: The Holy War on Abortion. Bless bomb, then fire.
Jan 16, 1995 10:30 PM
by Aki Korhonen
On Mon, 16 Jan 1995, John Mead wrote:
> The choice to do nothing, is very often the best choice.
At Tao Te Ching, Taoist Classic, there is a statement:
Tao does nothing, yet there is nothing that remains undone.
Many times if you "try" to do something you may act against
nature, karma and your higher reason. The other way is to wait
until there is just only possible choice, something that has to
be done. I have also noticed that some things just can't be
planned ahead, since at the planning moment all the necessary
data is not available or even existing.
There is also saying, " A wise man deals with things, when they
are small, so he never has big things to handle", at Tao Te
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