Tao of the Day

He who is contented is rich.

Hw who acts with vigor has will.

He who does not lose his place (with Tao) will endure.

He who dies but does not really perish enjoys long life.

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This week’s Tao of the Day posts are from Wing-Tsit Chan’s excellent Source Book in Chinese Philosophy. Getting a translation from someone who spoke Chinese first and English second is a good thing.

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