Tao Te Ching - Dao ~ Tao #79 - Solutions
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Tao Te #79 ~ solutions
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When after a long period of anguish
there comes a reconciliation
often a grudge remains

What can we learn from this?

Failure is an opportunity
blaming solves nothing
find solutions not blame

“The insignificant man makes demands of others
the significant man makes demands of himself.”

The master fulfills her obligations
takes responsibility for her team
therein realizing the vision
thereby fulfilling the dream

The Tao has no favorites
DivineUnity promotes highest good

Let us find the shades of grey and allow the light to shine today!

What can this teach us?


Why are grudges unhealthy for the holder?

What does it mean that anger burns the holder as a hot coal?

Why is blame useless?

What is better than blaming?

Why does DivineUnity promote highest good?

 

 
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