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Shrinking looked they like those who wade through a stream








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Shrinking looked they like those who wade through a stream in
winter; irresolute like those who are afraid of all around them; grave
like a guest (in awe of his host); evanescent like ice that is melting
away; unpretentious like wood that has not been fashioned into
anything; vacant like a valley, and dull like muddy water





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