Lao Tzu about action (“Tao Te Ching”, 4th century BC) - the Master takes action by letting things take their course. He remains as calm at the end as at the beginning. He has nothing, thus has nothing to lose.
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the Master takes action by letting things take their course. He remains as calm at the end as at the beginning. He has nothing, thus has nothing to lose.
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Translated by Stephen Mitchell
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