Tao Tuesdays: Chapter 21

I got this great photo at www.hetemeel.com!
I got this great photo at www.hetemeel.com!

Who needs Taco Tuesdays when you can have Tao Tuesdays? I am sure that Einstein would have really loved this…

Here is How it Works

I will post a chapter of the Tao Te Ching each Tuesday.  (My version – you can see all of the chapters on my List of Chapters page if you want to work ahead!) I will put a Mr. Linky entry form with it so that you can write your OWN commentary to the chapter on your own blog and then come back here after you post and add your link! Simple! (Please add the DIRECT link to your post about that particular chapter to make it easy for our readers!) I am so excited to read what you wrote! It has been so fun for me to work with this material and I really got the depth when I started writing about it. It is my wish that you will find the same! (Plus some extra traffic to your blog!) Don’t worry if you miss a week. Don’t worry if you just join us now and again. It is totally open. You can even go back to a previous chapter and post there. I will add each Tao Tuesday entry post to the List of Chapters page so you can read the other entries as you are reviewing all of the chapters.

We are all sages.

Chapter 21

The virtuous Master lives according to Tao.

Tao is entirely elusive, very indistinct.
Vague, though its center contains form.
Vague and elusive, though its center has substance.

Deeply hidden in its center is a life force.
Its essence is very real and contains within it the heart of faith.

From ancient times until today, Tao’s name has not been forgotten –
Thereby bringing forth all things.

I can realize the origin of all things through this.

 

Read the essay on Chapter 21

 

 

If you haven’t participated yet, why not join us next week? We will be looking at Chapter 22 next week. Or, you can always start at the beginning and do the earlier ones. They are all linked up on the List of All Chapters page so they do get looked at later on by people stopping by.

One Comment

  1. Amy, again thank you for keeping up this challenge/project. I have posted my thoughts on Chapter 21, which some scholars have called the “most important chapter” in the Tao Te Ching. It can be read at http://ralstoncreekreview.com/chapter-21-the-most-important-chapter/
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