Just do what needs to be done, and then stop.
Attain your purpose, but don’t press your advantage.
Be resolute, but don’t boast. Succeed, but don’t crow. Accomplish, but don’t overpower.
Overdoing things invites decay, and this is against Tao. Whatever is against Tao soon ceases to be.
Support Author: Brian Browne Walker
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The Tao Te Ching of Lao Tzu by Lao Tzu