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Now propriety is the attenuated form of leal-heartedness and good faith,








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

Now propriety is the attenuated form of leal-heartedness and good
faith, and is also the commencement of disorder; swift apprehension is
(only) a flower of the Tao, and is the beginning of stupidity





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