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syn = (Translated as in ''[[The Way of Tao, Part II|The Way of Tao, Vol 2]]'' on [[Glossary#source_of_quotes_in_the_synopsis|''CD-ROM'']])
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:The sutra
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::Of the best rulers
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::The people do not know that they exist.
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::The next best they love and praise.
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::The next they fear.
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::And the next they revile.
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::When they do not command the people's faith,
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::Some will lose faith in them,
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::And then they resort to oaths.
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::But (of the best) when their task is accomplished, their work done,
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::The people all remark, 'we have done it ourselves.'
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:Question 1
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::We often hear people say, "Whatever happens, happens for the best." What is the meaning behind this? Is this merely a consolation for the mind? Or is it that whatever happens is for the best? Or is it like the fox in Aesop's fables who pronounces the grapes sour because he could not reach them?
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prevevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 16 |
 
prevevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 16 |
 
nextevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 18 |
 
nextevent = Tao Upanishad Bhag 2 ~ 18 |

Latest revision as of 08:37, 14 June 2019

ताओ उपनिषद, भाग दो ~ 17

event type discourse
date & time 17 Jun 1972 pm
location Patkar Hall, Bombay
language Hindi
audio Available, duration 1h 24min. Quality: good (under revision).
online audio
video Not available
online video
see also
online text find a PDF transcript of this event
shorttitle WAY217
notes
synopsis
(Translated as in The Way of Tao, Vol 2 on CD-ROM)
The sutra
Of the best rulers
The people do not know that they exist.
The next best they love and praise.
The next they fear.
And the next they revile.
When they do not command the people's faith,
Some will lose faith in them,
And then they resort to oaths.
But (of the best) when their task is accomplished, their work done,
The people all remark, 'we have done it ourselves.'
Question 1
We often hear people say, "Whatever happens, happens for the best." What is the meaning behind this? Is this merely a consolation for the mind? Or is it that whatever happens is for the best? Or is it like the fox in Aesop's fables who pronounces the grapes sour because he could not reach them?


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