Tao by Matsumoto

Chapter 71


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  [Tao Te Ching Chapter 71]  Knowing / English translation

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To know "not knowing" is the best.

Not to know "knowing" is difficult.

The sage has no difficulty.

Because he knows this difficulty is difficult, he has no difficulty.



You should learn how to know nothing. In other words, knowledge doesn't belong to you. It is part of your hologram like the clouds in the sky.

In fact, you know all you have to know. But accepting the fact is difficult for some people. Trust the world you project (=your hologram).

You have no difficulty unless you think otherwise.

In the world, which is your hologram you project, how can you create adversity against you? It is difficult to have difficulty. You should know this. There is no difficulty in your hologram, but there are opportunities to emit more of the fundamental energy Tao, or to send more Love.

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