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Their court(-yards and buildings) shall be well kept, but their fields








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

Their court(-yards and buildings) shall be well kept, but their
fields shall be ill-cultivated, and their granaries very empty They
shall wear elegant and ornamented robes, carry a sharp sword at their
girdle, pamper themselves in eating and drinking, and have a
superabundance of property and wealth;--such (princes) may be called
robbers and boasters This is contrary to the Tao surely!





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