Beyond the Rainbow

“Human are born soft and supple;

dead they are stiff and hard.

Plants are born tender and pliant;

dead, they are brittle and dry.

Thus whoever is stiff



is a disciple of death.

Whoever is soft



is a disciple of life.

The hard and stiff will be broken.

The soft and supple will prevail.”

― Lao Tzu

(570-490 BC)

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Beyond the Rainbow

Tao Te Ching: Chapter :16 : Decay and Renewal

Empty your mind of all thoughts.
Let your heart be at peace.
Watch the turmoil of beings,
but contemplate their return.

Each separate being in the universe
returns to the common source.
Returning to the source is serenity.

If you don’t realize the source,
you stumble in confusion and sorrow.
When you realize where you come from,
you naturally become tolerant,
disinterested, amused,
kindhearted as a grandmother,
dignified as a king.

Immersed in the wonder of the Tao,
you can deal with whatever life brings you,
and when death comes, you are ready.

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Tao Te Ching: Chapter :16 : Decay and Renewal  : ram0ram wisdom note

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