Lao Tzu Quote Wisdom Knowledge

Lao Tzu Quote Wisdom Knowledge

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"The primary quality that Lao Tzu seems to emobdy is humility, which is the image of water - seeking the common level of existence." Frederick Lenz. IMG
"Taoism is the way of water. The most frequent element or symbol refered to in Lao Tzu's wrtings is the symbol of water." Frederick Lenz. IMG
"The mind always wants to choose. The mind lives through choice. If you don't choose the mind drops. This is the way of Lao Tzu. How to drop the mind? - don't choose! That's why he never prescribes any meditation, because then there is no need for any meditation." Rajneesh. IMG
"Confucius is like the Torah, rules to follow. And Lao-Tzu is even more conservative, saying that if you do nothing you won't break any rules. You have to let tradition fall sometime, you have to take action, you have to eat bacon." Christopher Moore. IMG
"Lao Tzu says: "Accept yourself. Non-acceptance is the root of all the trouble." None of us accept ourselves. The more a person doesn't accept himself, the greater a mahatma he looks to others to be. We are our greatest enemy. If we had our way, we would cut ourselves to pieces in order to remove what was unacceptable." Rajneesh. IMG
"But the transformation of consciousness undertaken in Taoism and Zen is more like the correction of faulty perception or the curing of a disease. It is not an acquisitive process of learning more and more facts or greater and greater skills, but rather an unlearning of wrong habits and opinions. As Lao-tzu said, "The scholar gains every day, but the Taoist loses every day." Alan Watts. IMG
"Knowledge is a process of piling up facts; wisdom lies in their simplification." Martin Luther King, Jr.. IMG
"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." Anthony De Mello. IMG
"Sometimes I find myself thinking, rather wistfully, about Lao Tzu's famous dictum: 'Govern a great nation as you would cook a small fish.' All around me I see something very different, let us say - a number of angry dwarfs trying to grill a whale." William Carlos Williams. IMG


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