Lao Tzu quote about fear from Tao Te Ching - Hope and fear are both phantoms that arise from thinking of the self. When we don't see the self as self, what do we have to fear?
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Hope and fear are both phantoms that arise from thinking of the self. When we don't see the self as self, what do we have to fear?
 Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching (4th century BC). copy citation

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Author Lao Tzu
Source Tao Te Ching
Topic fear hope self
Date 4th century BC
Language English
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Note Translated by Stephen Mitchell
Weblink https://terebess.hu/english/tao/mitchell.html

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