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If heaven were not thus pure, it soon would rend;








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS
Category: PART II.

If heaven were not thus pure, it soon would rend;
If earth were not thus sure, 'twould break and bend;
Without these powers, the spirits soon would fail;
If not so filled, the drought would parch each vale;
Without that life, creatures would pass away;
Princes and kings, without that moral sway,
However grand and high, would all decay





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