Last updated on December 9, 2021 by Roger Kaufman
Lao Tse Sayings – Wisdom of Lao Tse | Quoting Lao Tse
Man, when he comes into being, is soft and weak,
and when he dies he is hard and strong.
The plants when they live to step,
are they soft and tender and when they die
they are skinny and rigid.
That is why the hard and strong are companions of Todes,
the soft and weak fellows of life.
Therefore: If the weapons are strong, they do not conquer.
Are the Flowers strong, so they will be felled.
The strong and great is below.
The soft and weak is above.
Tao Te King: The Book of Meaning and Life – Lao Tzus (Complete Audiobook)
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What is the Tao Te King?
The Tao Te Ching is a Chinese classical message, typically dedicated to the 6th-century BC sage Lao Tse. is attributed and also Lao Tzu or Lao Tze is called. Authorship of the message, date of compilation, and date of compilation are disputed.
What is the goal of the Tao Te Ching?
Tao Te King converts as a "Method of Stability". In its 81 verses it offers a treatise on how to accurately live in the world with utility and integrity: a crucial kind of knowledge in a world where many people believe such a thing to be impossible.