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Chapter 37 – Eternal Tao doesn’t do anything, yet it leaves nothing undone

Eternal Tao doesn’t do anything, yet it leaves nothing undone.

If you abide by it, everything in existence will transform itself. When, in the process of self-transformation, desires are aroused, calm them with nameless simplicity.

When desires are dissolved in the primal presence, peace and harmony naturally occur, and the world orders itself.

Support Author: Brian Browne Walker
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