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That which is at rest is easily kept hold of;





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

That which is at rest is easily kept hold of; before a thing
has given indications of its presence, it is easy to take measures
against it; that which is brittle is easily broken; that which is very
small is easily dispersed Action should be taken before a thing has
made its appearance; order should be secured before disorder has
begun





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