I am going to let another couple of the great Taoist Masters take this week’s ‘Words For Wednesday’, as I take a final look at the book ‘Tales From The Tao’
I found many aspects of this book very thought provoking and many of the words profound and relevent to my own life.
“Thus do we all often lose sight of what is really precious in our lives by only concentrating on what we wish were so instead of what is”
Words by: Leih Tzu – Taoist Master
“Not exalting the gifted prevents quarreling.
Not valuing treasures prevents stealing.
Not seeing desirable things prevents confusion of the heart”
Words by: Lao Tzu – Taoist Master
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