tao te ching

Tao Te Ching

Sixty-Three



Act without doing;
work without effort.
Think of the small as large
and the few as many.
Confront the difficult
while it is still easy;
accomplish the great task
by a series of small acts.

The Master never reaches for the great;
thus she achieves greatness.
When she runs into a difficulty,
she stops and gives herself to it.
She doesn't cling to her own comfort;
thus problems are no problem for her.


 
  The Tao Te Ching was written by Lao-Tzu translation by S. Mitchell
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