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If we could renounce our sageness and discard our wisdom,








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


If we could renounce our sageness and discard our wisdom, it
would be better for the people a hundredfold If we could renounce
our benevolence and discard our righteousness, the people would again
become filial and kindly If we could renounce our artful
contrivances and discard our (scheming for) gain, there would be no
thieves nor robbers





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