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  • Lao-Tse, a Tao philosopher in ancient China, said, As rivers have their source in some far-off fountain, so the human spirit has its source.

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  • Lao-Tse, a Tao philosopher in ancient China, said, As rivers have their source in some far-off fountain, so the human spirit has its source.

    God Attachment

  • Lao-Tse, a Tao philosopher in ancient China, said, As rivers have their source in some far-off fountain, so the human spirit has its source.

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  • The sixth and fifth centuries BC saw an unparalleled display of such visions by poets, prophets, and thinkers such as Confucius, Buddha, Zoroaster, Lao-Tse, and Socrates, often challenging ordinary perceptions as il lusory and describing other, distinctive, paths to true happiness.

    'Exploring Happiness: From Aristotle to Brain Science'

  • Hartshorne finds additional religious concepts of God that hold the unchanging and the changing together in a way that allows for the development and significance of the non-divine in Lao-Tse (fourth century BCE) and in the Judeo-Christian scriptures (1953, 32-38).

    Panentheism

  • No, you can use Jesus or wisdom from Lao-Tse, Gautama-Buddha, Mohamed-prophet, etc for structure your life or to help other people f.ex. – but after some time, with using heroin, there is no structure, no helping, no real development…

    Jesus loves Chocolate | ultraorange.net

  • Lao-Tse tells us that "It serves others and yet is self-possessed; it gives to others and yet is self-sufficient."

    Prospect of Cultural Relations Between China and Canada

  • When, as we sit in the chair, we see (in the mirror before us) the lovely reflection of the beautiful manicure lady, and she arches her eyebrows at us to convey the intimation that we ought to have our hands attended to, old Lao-Tse is ready with the answer.

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  • Lao-Tse, we assert, is the ideal author to read while the barber is at his business.

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  • Lao-Tse taught the Golden Rule, and in less than three centuries the ignorant masses had made him into a real and very cruel God and had buried his wise commandments under a rubbish-heap of superstition which made the lives of the average Chinese one long series of frights and fears and horrors.

    The Story of Mankind

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