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Heaven and earth do not act from (the impulse of)








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Heaven and earth do not act from (the impulse of) any wish to be
benevolent; they deal with all things as the dogs of grass are dealt
with The sages do not act from (any wish to be) benevolent; they
deal with the people as the dogs of grass are dealt with





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