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Therefore the sage seeks to satisfy (the craving of) the








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


Therefore the sage seeks to satisfy (the craving of) the belly, and
not the (insatiable longing of the) eyes He puts from him the
latter, and prefers to seek the former





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