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Without going outside his door, one understands (all that takes place)








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

Without going outside his door, one understands (all that takes
place) under the sky; without looking out from his window, one sees
the Tao of Heaven The farther that one goes out (from himself), the
less he knows





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