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The multitude of men look satisfied and pleased; as if








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


The multitude of men look satisfied and pleased; as if enjoying a
full banquet, as if mounted on a tower in spring I alone seem
listless and still, my desires having as yet given no indication of
their presence I am like an infant which has not yet smiled I look
dejected and forlorn, as if I had no home to go to The multitude of
men all have enough and to spare I alone seem to have lost
everything My mind is that of a stupid man; I am in a state of
chaos

Ordinary men look bright and intelligent, while I alone seem to be
benighted They look full of discrimination, while I alone am dull
and confused I seem to be carried about as on the sea, drifting as
if I had nowhere to rest All men have their spheres of action, while
I alone seem dull and incapable, like a rude borderer (Thus) I alone
am different from other men, but I value the nursing-mother (the Tao)





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