Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 12
ताओ उपनिषद, भाग दो ~ 12
|date & time||17 Apr 1972 pm|
|location||Patkar Hall, Bombay|
|audio||Available, duration 1h 48min. Quality: good (under revision).|
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- The sutra
- The skilful masters (of the Tao) in old times, with a subtle and exquisite penetration, comprehended its mysteries, which were so deep that they eluded man's knowledge. As they were thus beyond man's knowledge, I will make an effort to describe of what they appeared to be.
- Cautious, like crossing a wintry stream.
- Irresolute, like one fearing danger all around.
- Grave, like one acting as a guest.
- Self-effacing, like ice beginning to melt.
- Unpretentious, like wood that has not been carved.
- Vacant, like a valley.
- And dull like muddy water.
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