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(Such an one) cannot be treated familiarly or distantly; he








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

(Such an one) cannot be treated familiarly or distantly; he is
beyond all consideration of profit or injury; of nobility or
meanness:--he is the noblest man under heaven





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