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From the Book of Chuang Tzu: Chapter 18, Perfect Happiness, Part 1 of 2

2019-01-14
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I make true pleasure to consist in inaction, which the world regards as great pain. Thus it has been said, “Perfect happiness is the absence of happiness; perfect renown is the absence of renown.” Now in this sublunary world of ours it is impossible to assign positive and negative absolutely. Nevertheless, in inaction they can be so assigned. Perfect happiness and preservation of life are to be sought for only in inaction. Let us consider. Heaven does nothing; yet it is clear. Earth does nothing; yet it enjoys repose. From the inaction of these two proceed all the modifications of things. How vast, how infinite is inaction, yet without source! How infinite, how vast, yet without form! The endless varieties of things around us all spring from inaction.
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