Beyond the Rainbow

Tao Te Ching: Chapter :17 : Rulers

The best rulers are scarcely known by their subjects;
The next best are loved and praised;
The next are feared;

The next despised:
They have no faith in their people,
And their people become unfaithful to them.

When the best rulers achieve their purpose
Their subjects claim the achievement as their own.

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Tao Te Ching: Chapter :17 : Rulers : ram0ram wisdom notes 
reading this chapter what comes to mind as a ruler is one and only one God who governs but people are hardly aware about existence and to put into modern context …… a image comes to mind is of …..goalkeeper captain of football…… a goalkeeper captain has all the qualities of a leader …… 
encourage everybody in the team to perform and all credits of goals goes to the individual and team but a role of…

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