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All things depend on it for their production, which it








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


All things depend on it for their production, which it gives to
them, not one refusing obedience to it When its work is
accomplished, it does not claim the name of having done it It
clothes all things as with a garment, and makes no assumption of being
their lord;--it may be named in the smallest things All things
return (to their root and disappear), and do not know that it is it
which presides over their doing so;--it may be named in the greatest
things





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