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The things which from of old have got the One








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

The things which from of old have got the One (the Tao) are--

Heaven which by it is bright and pure;
Earth rendered thereby firm and sure;
Spirits with powers by it supplied;
Valleys kept full throughout their void
All creatures which through it do live
Princes and kings who from it get
The model which to all they give

All these are the results of the One (Tao)





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