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Hence, those with whom he agrees as to the Tao








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Hence, those with whom he agrees as to the Tao have the happiness
of attaining to it; those with whom he agrees as to its manifestation
have the happiness of attaining to it; and those with whom he agrees
in their failure have also the happiness of attaining (to the Tao)
(But) when there is not faith sufficient (on his part), a want of
faith (in him) ensues (on the part of the others)





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