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The wisdom of The Qing Jing Jing

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T he human spirit is fond of purity, but the mind disturbs it; the human mind is fond of stillness, but desires lead it along. If the mind can be constant without desires, then the mind will become still; when the mind has settled, then the spirit will be pure.

quote 7455  |   The Qing Jing Jing

L ord Lao Jun said: The great Tao has no form, yet it gives birth to Heaven and Earth. The great Tao has no desires, yet it moves the sun and moon along their orbits. The great Tao has no name, yet it constantly nurtures the myriad phenomena. I do not know its name, and yet I attempt to speak of it as the Tao.

quote 7454  |   The Qing Jing Jing

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