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    TAO The State and the Art

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    TAO The State and The Art [Books]

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    Tao means being . It believes in this moment; it has no idea of future. If you can live in this moment of purity, in silence, in spontaneity, then your life is transformed. Not that you transform it - Tao transforms it, the whole transforms it. You simply allow the river to take you to the ocean; you need not push the river.

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    Lao Tzu called his path ' The Watercourse Way ' for many reasons. First, water is soft, humble, seeks the lowest place. It may rain on Everest but the water doesn't remain there; it starts running toward the valley. And in the valley, too, it will reach the deepest part. It is non - ambittious. It has no ambitions to be the first. To be like water means to be utterly happy in being nobody. second, water means movement. It is always moving, and whenever it is not moving it becomes dirty, impure, even poisonous. It dies. Its life is in movement, in dynamism, in flow. The whole of life is a flow, nothing is static.

    Tao means being . It believes in this moment; it has no idea of future. If you can live in this moment of purity, in silence, in spontaneity, then your life is transformed. Not that you transform it - Tao transforms it, the whole transforms it. You simply allow the river to take you to the ocean; you need not push the river.

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    Publisher Osho World Foundation
    ISBN 978-1-4472-1088-7
    Type Books
    Manufacture Osho World Foundation

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