(The master of it) anticipates things that are difficult while





(The master of it) anticipates things that are difficult while they
are easy, and does things that would become great while they are

small All difficult things in the world are sure to arise from a

previous state in which they were easy, and all great things from one

in which they were small Therefore the sage, while he never does

what is great, is able on that account to accomplish the greatest

things





(The infant's) bones are weak and its sinews soft, but (The Tao) produces (all things) and nourishes them; it produces them facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

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