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Abstaining from speech marks him who is obeying the spontaneity of





Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Abstaining from speech marks him who is obeying the spontaneity
of his nature A violent wind does not last for a whole morning; a
sudden rain does not last for the whole day To whom is it that these
(two) things are owing? To Heaven and Earth If Heaven and Earth
cannot make such (spasmodic) actings last long, how much less can man!





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