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September 16, 2011


The Tao is complete because it does not serve itself. The sage places himself after all and by doing so finds himself before all. By ignoring his selfish desires, he finds himself to be content. By having less, he cultivates and has more. By giving away his harvest, his stomach is full. By not chasing after happiness, he is truly happy. By confining himself to the Tao, he enjoys unlimited freedom.