43 – The Powerful Act of Not Doing

cc image by katerha on Flickr

cc image by katerha on Flickr

The softest things overcome the hardest.
Things without substance can go anywhere.

This is how we know that no-action
is most beneficial.
To teach without words
and to act without action.

Understood by so few.

 

Read the essay on Chapter 43

8 Comments

  1. Nice quote. Wish I could remember one I used to recite all the time . . . it talked about molding a pot of clay and it’s the space inside is what makes it useful, cut windows and doors in a house and it’s the holes that make it function . . . is this sounding familiar to you?
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  2. I just love these simple thoughts being shared. Thank you for all you do.

  3. I’ve subscribed to your blog and am so happy to have found you! The wisdom available from these ancient texts is priceless. Having a daily dose of thought-provoking reminders is something I’m really looking forward to. Thanks for what you do.
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    • It is fun and this blog challenge has been such a great way to meet some other bloggers and have fun reading what everyone is up to. It makes things so much more personal. I am so grateful!

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