Tao Te Ching: Chapter 27 : Dexterity in Using the Tao

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Legge’s Translation

The skilful traveller leaves no traces of his wheels or footsteps; the skilful speaker says nothing that can be found fault with or blamed; the skilful reckoner uses no tallies; the skilful closer needs no bolts or bars, while to open what he has shut will be impossible; the skilful binder uses no strings or knots, while to unloose what he has bound will be impossible. In the same way the sage is always skilful at saving men, and so he does not cast away any man; he is always skilful at saving things, and so he does not cast away anything. This is called ‘Hiding the light of his procedure.’

ram0ram footnote :-

Earth is moving at 30 Kilometer per Scond yet there is no vibration in the glass filled with water , this is utlimate example of engineering .

someone asked the legendary Bruce Lee  about his style of fighting , so he replied ….. fighting without fighting , even in Holy Gita Lord Krishna explains the action in non-action and non-action in action .

There is a saying that ” Those who know does not tell and those who tell does not know “

this is the way of Tao where action and non-action happens in harmony , this is the union of ying and yang in every aspect of life .

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” nature ” a God’s film

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Different religions which exist in the name of religion are like these lenses…..

required only for special occasions photography…….

love to photograph is true religion

and

that is spirituality.

Modern science is a microscopic vision with a hole view.

Spirituality is a telescopic vision with whole view.

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The disciples were absorbed in a discussion of Lao-tzu’s dictum:

“Those who know, do not say;
Those who say, do not know.”

When the master entered,
they asked him what the words meant ?Said the master, “Which of you knows the fragrance of a rose?”All of them indicated that they knew.

Then he said, “Put it into words.”

All of them were …… silent.

love all.

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