22 – Being the Opposite

cc image by nist6ss on Flickr

cc image by nist6ss on Flickr

To be flexible is to become perfectly whole.

If crooked, you’ll become straight.
If empty, you will be filled.
If worn out, you will be renewed.
If you have little, you will gain much.

By this, the Sage sets an example for the world.

Read the essay on Chapter 22

 

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