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(The Tao) produces (all things) and nourishes them; it produces them








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS


(The Tao) produces (all things) and nourishes them; it produces
them and does not claim them as its own; it does all, and yet does not
boast of it; it presides over all, and yet does not control them
This is what is called 'The mysterious Quality' (of the Tao)





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