Tao Te Ching quotes

This post was written by DoctorJay on December 23, 2009
Posted Under: A Course In Miracles,Quotes

I have quoted the first chapter of Tao Te Ching a few times already. I believe that different wisdom books like the Tao Te Ching, I ching, Gita, A Course in Miracles and so on all complement each other.

So here are a few quotes to complement the ACIM workbook:

  • When a person is alive, he is soft and supple.
    When a person dies, he becomes hard and rigid.
  • One with wholeness of virtue
    has an unconditioned mind.
    He regards the mind of all being
    as his own mind.
    He is kind to the kind.
    He is also kind to the unkind,
    For the subtle nature of the universe is kind.
  • The subtle essence of the universe
    is always unoccupied,
    yet it leaves nothing undone.
  • Abandon the separate concepts
    of holiness and unholiness.
    Then all people will be benefited a hundredfold.

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