A Philosophy For All: An Analysis Of The Tao

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Everything must be bigger, better, newer. We need to look closer at life because even when shown fantastic splendor, humans have a tendency to ask "is that all?". When Lao-tzu says that "true fullness seems empty" he is referring to the fact that people hardly ever notice what they have until it is gone...
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Everything must be bigger, better, newer. We need to look closer at life because even when shown fantastic splendor, humans have a tendency to ask "is that all?". When Lao-tzu says that "true fullness seems empty" he is referring to the fact that people hardly ever notice what they have until it is gone...
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