"The Tao is unknowable, vast, eternal. As undifferentiated void, pure spirit, it is the mother of the cosmos; as non-void, it is the container, the sustainer and, in a sense, the being of myriad objects, permeating all. As the goal of existence, it is the Way of Heaven, of Earth, of Man. No being, it is the source of Being. It is not conscious of activity, has no purpose, seeks no rewards or praise, yet performs all things to perfection. Like water, it wins its way by softness. Like a deep ravine, it is shadowy rather than brilliant. As Lao-tzû taught, it is always best to leave things to the Tao, letting it take its natural course without interference; for, the 'weakest thing in heaven and earth, it overcomes the strongest; proceeding from no place, it enters where there is no crack. Thus do I know the value on non-activity. Few are they who recognize the worth of the teaching without words and of non-activity." John Blofeld
"Life is not a void to be filled. It is a plenitude to be discovered." Christoph Eberhard
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