interesting white feather. the opening page of the tao te ching describes similar thoughts.
any more buddhist quotes, anyone?
Truth called 'truth' is not real truth.
any more for any more?
excellent link, hippie.
as someone who's probably studied the enlightening words in that link, let me ask your view on this daoist quote:
Thanks Sed. Very enlightening.
Any more? :)
Interesting quote there, Sed. Any more for any more?
From what little I've heard, a famous rasta quote is 'peace and love to all' - so i guess that includes homosexuals :)
To be honest, I really don't know many Christian quotes. Are the 10 commandments are Christian? They're not bad.
From what I've seen of various...
Of the few I've read, I like the one that says something like:
An experience of wisdom should be followed by a change on the inside but you...
I'll start... my favourites include:
* Teach by example, not by words.
* Pretty words aren't sincere, sincere words aren't pretty.
* Those who...
You can find tao in everything. tao is the source of all things.
which phrases from this book would you say have taught you the most?
(same question also to Bhaskar, and everyone else...)
As do my generalisations and your orders. See the illogic?
but studying is not recommended. pursuing knowledge is not recommended. acting without dependence of knowledge of fine words is recommended....
but tastey food is ok, so long as you take care of the belly, not the eye!
the great leader accepts all, rejects none.
your word palatable is a bit pretty too
music and sweets make passing guests pause. great tao...
i'm new to this book and i'm interested in finding another translation but i won't get too caught up with it. i may read the chinese one day.
they remind me of the second from last chapter of the tao te ching - about the place where people live without needing to come and go. any good...
cheers. i'll take a peak at the uk forum.
leih ho cathy, anywhere near HK? :)
nin hao frangel! which part of china are you from?
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