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Thought For Food

Sep 10, 1997 07:29 PM
by E. J.

"Those who wish to embody the Tao should embrace all things.
 To embrace all things means first that one holds no anger 
 or resistance toward any idea or thing, living or dead, 
 formed or formless. Acceptance is the very essence of the Tao.

 To embrace all things means also that one rids oneself
 of any concept of separation: male and female, self and other, 
 life and death. Division is contrary to the nature of the Tao.

 Foregoing antagonism and separation, one enters into 
 the harmonious oneness of all things." 

                                 -- Lao Tzu 
                                    The Hua Hu Ching 
                                    - Lost Teachings of Lao Tzu

                                {o o}
"And where are the people, O Lord?" I said,
"The earth below and the sky o'erhead,
And the dead whom once I knew?"
"That was a dream" God smiled and said,
"A dream that seemed to be true,
There were no people, living or dead,
There was no earth and no sky o'erhead,
There was only myself and you."

Let There Be Light -- Always In All Ways, e.j. }^-^{
"You who have the Light, what are you doing with it ?"

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