Interpreting: The Book of the Tao (by Lao Tze, Verse 8)

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The highest good is like water. Water give life to the ten thousand things and does not strive. It flows in places men reject and so is like the Tao. In dwelling, be close to the land. In meditation, go deep in the heart. In dealing with others, be gentle and kind. In speech, be true. In ruling, be just. In daily life, be competent. In action, be aware of the time and the season.
No fight: No blame.
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Comments on the Tao Te Ching by Gabriel Raam: Gabriel Raam, philosopher, thinker and founder of the Fifth Way ( gives commentary on the enigmatic Tao Te Ching by Lau Tzu. In these following fascinating sessions with his students, Gabriel introduces a new perspective which he calls “the consciousness view” on the famous book of Tao. In the spirit of the Fifth Way, Gabriel doesn’t give speeches or long monologues but goes into a true dialogue with his students and gives fresh and new meaning to the Tao Te Ching. Verse after verse Gabriel reveals that the Tao Te Ching is still as relevant and as important as when it was written 2700 years ago in ancient China…

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