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We meet it and do not see its Front; we








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


We meet it and do not see its Front; we follow it, and do not see
its Back When we can lay hold of the Tao of old to direct the things
of the present day, and are able to know it as it was of old in the
beginning, this is called (unwinding) the clue of Tao





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