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Therefore the man of skill is a master (to be








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Therefore the man of skill is a master (to be looked up to) by him
who has not the skill; and he who has not the skill is the helper of
(the reputation of) him who has the skill If the one did not honour
his master, and the other did not rejoice in his helper, an
(observer), though intelligent, might greatly err about them This is
called 'The utmost degree of mystery'





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