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(The infant's) bones are weak and its sinews soft, but








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

(The infant's) bones are weak and its sinews soft, but yet its
grasp is firm It knows not yet the union of male and female, and yet
its virile member may be excited;--showing the perfection of its
physical essence All day long it will cry without its throat
becoming hoarse;--showing the harmony (in its constitution)





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