2 edition of Laozi jie. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Yi wen yin shu guan|
|Publishers||Yi wen yin shu guan|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|2||Wu qiu bei zhai Laozi ji cheng chu bian|
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But I revere the Mother, Sustainer of all beings. A deep pool it is, Never to run dry! New York, Ballantine Books, 1992. Como un viento huracanado que no cesa. Once again, though, the text and its story of Laozi seemed quite resilient.
However, this need not restrict interpretation to politics in the narrow sense of statecraft or political strategies. Most versions exceed five thousand characters by about five Laozi jie. ten percent, but it is interesting to note that numerological considerations later became an integral part of the history of the work. " - Translated byChapter 20 By Alexander Simkins.
Other people appear bright; I alone seem wrapped in darkness. Deep source of the Ten Thousand Things. Kohn, Livia and LaFargue, Michael. Ordinary people are bright and obvious; I alone am dark and obscure. Laozi:also by Jules Besse page images at HathiTrust; US access only• Copy digitized: Harvard-Yenching Library: T 1071 2970. La gente vulgar es clara. But I alone differ from all others in that I reverence my Nursing Mother. Illustrations commonly show him riding on an ox because, Laozi jie.
having delivered the Dao De Jing to Yin Xi at Louguan, he is said to have disappeared westward traveling on such an ox. Laozi:also by Henri Borel and Mabel Edith Galsworthy Reynolds page images at HathiTrust; US access only•
It dulls its own sharpness, unravels its own fetters, softens its own brightness, identifies itself with its own dust.
" Laozi said: "The precept against taking of intoxicants is: One should not take any alcoholic drinks, unless he has to take some to cure his illness, to regale the guests with a feast, or to conduct religious ceremonies.
--this image Of no other sire.