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The Inner Teachings of Chuang Tzu: Chapter 6, Part 2 of 2

2018-05-01
Language:Chinese(正體中文)

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The great Enlightened Master and philosohper Chuang Tzu, He is considered one of the greatest literary and philosophical figures of China. His philosophy is contained in the book bearing his name, Chuang Tzu. His teachings were true to wu-wei, the Taoist doctrine which means to refrain from action contrary to Nature. He espoused a way of life which is simple and natural, yet fulfilling. He advocated for a flexible and pragmatic approach to understanding concepts. “My teacher! My Teacher! Gave to all living things, but not because that’s righteous. Promoted clarity throughout all generations, but not because that’s benevolent. Increased from the beginning of time, but not because that’s admirable. Enabled the universe to contain all the shapes which have been cut and carved, but not because that’s a special skill. From this place begin your wandering.” “My bones seem to droop like branches overloaded with fruit. My intelligence and cleverness become overshadowed by darkness. Any knowledge has evaporated as well as any sense of my own shape. I feel embraced by a great openness. That's what I mean by sitting in forgetfulness.”
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