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Zhuangzi Quote: “He who pursues fame at the risk of losing his self is not a scholar.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “He who knows the activities of Nature lives according to Nature.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “One whose inner being is fixed upon such greatness emits a Heavenly glow. Even though he has this Heavenly glow, others will see him as just a man. Someone who has reached this point will begin to be consistent.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “To be constant is to be useful. To be useful is to realize one’s true nature. Realization of one’s true nature is happiness. When one reaches happiness, one is close to perfection.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The man who has some respect for his person keeps his carcass out of sight, hides himself as perfectly as he can.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The men of old breathed clear down to their heels.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “A man who knows he is a fool is not a great fool.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The Portal of God is nonexistence. All things sprang from nonexistence. Existence could not make existence existence. It must have proceeded from nonexistence, and nonexistence and nothing are one. Herein is the abiding place of the sage.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “A petty thief is put in jail. A great brigand becomes a ruler of a Nation.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “You can’t discuss the ocean with a well frog – he’s limited by the space he lives in. You can’t discuss ice with a summer insect – he’s bound to a single season.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “By ethical argument and moral principle the greatest crimes are eventually shown to have been necessary, and, in fact, a signal benefit to mankind.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Tao is the source of both fullness and emptiness. But it is itself neither fullness nor emptiness.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “So if loss of what gives happiness causes you distress when it fades, you can now understand that such happiness is worthless. It is said, those who lose themselves in their desire for things also lose their innate nature by being vulgar.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The Tao has no place for pettiness, and nor has Virtue. Pettiness is dangerous to Virtue; pettiness is dangerous to the Tao. It is said, rectify yourself and be done.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Now, when ordinary people attempt to find happiness, I am not sure whether the happiness is really happiness or not. I study what ordinary people do to find happiness, what they struggle for, rushing about apparently unable to stop.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “That knowledge which stops at what it does not know, is the highest knowledge.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “In an archery contest, when the stakes are earthenware tiles a contestant shoots with skill. When the stakes are belt buckles he becomes hesitant, and if the stakes are pure gold he becomes nervous and confused. There is no difference as to his skil.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Cherish that which is in you and shut out that which is without, for much knowledge is a curse.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The enlightened attention rejects nothing nor welcomes anything-like a mirror it responds equally to all.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The Tao is in all things, in their divisions and their fullness. What I dislike about divisions is that they multiply, and what i dislike about multiplication is that it makes people want to hold fast to it. So people go out and forget to return, seeing little more than ghosts.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “There is danger for the eye in seeing too clearly, danger for the ear in hearing too sharply and danger to the heart from caring too greatly.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The World is Large – Its beauty indescrible.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The knowledge of the ancients reached the highest point-the time before anything existed. This is the highest point. It is exhaustive. There is no adding to it.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Heaven does without doing through its purity, Earth does without doing through its calmness.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Right is not right; so is not so. If right were really right it would differ so clearly from not right that there would be no need for argument. If so were really so, it would differ so clearly from not so that there would be no need for argument.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Transmit the established facts; do not transmit words of exaggeration. If you do that, you will probably come out all right.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “People value that part of knowledge which is known. They do not know how to avail themselves of the Unknown in order to reach knowledge. Is this not misguided?”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Once Zhuangzi dreamt he was a butterfly...”
Zhuangzi Quote: “We possess our body by chance and we are already pleased with it. If our physical bodies went through ten thousand transformations without end, how incomparable would this joy be! Therefore the sage roams freely in the realm in which nothing can escape, but all endures.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “To examine oneself makes good use of sight.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “To have a human form is a joyful thing.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “When the shoe fits, the foot is forgotten. When the belt fits, the belly is forgotten. When the heart is right, “for” and “against” are forgotten. No drives, no compulsions, no needs, no attractions: Then your affairs are under control. You are a free man.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The petty thief is imprisoned but the big thief becomes a feudal lord.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “All existing things are really one. We regard those that are beautiful and rare as valuable, and those that are ugly as foul and rotten. The foul and rotten may come to be transformed into what is rare and valuable, and the rare and valuable into what is foul and rotten.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Your life has a limit, but knowledge has none. If you use what is limited to pursue what has no limit, you will be in danger.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Great knowledge is universal. Small knowledge is limited. Great words are inspiring; small words are chatter.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Take care of your body, then the rest will automatically become stronger.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Thus, those who say they would have right without its correlate, wrong; or good government without its correlate, misrule, do not apprehend the great principles of the universe, nor the nature of all creation.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “A fish-trap is for catching fish; once you’ve caught the fish, you can forget about the trap. A rabbit-snare is for catching rabbits; once you’ve caught the rabbit, you can forget about the snare. Words are for catching ideas; once you’ve caught the idea, you can forget about the words. Where can I find a person who knows how to forget about words so that I can have a few words with them?”
Zhuangzi Quote: “When the heart is right, “for” and “against” are forgotten.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “There may be difficulty at the moment, but I will not lose the Virtue that I possess. It is when the ice and snow are on them that we see the strength of the cypress and the pine. I am grateful for this trouble around me, because it gives me an opportunity to realize how fortunate I am.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Great wisdom is generous; petty wisdom is contentious. Great speech is impassioned, small speech cantankerous.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The one-legged creature is envious of the millipede; the millipede is envious of the snake; the snake is envious of the wind; the wind is envious of the eye; the eye is envious of the heart.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “If we look on heaven and earth as a single crucible, and on the creator as the founder, would there be any place I could not go? When it is time, I will fall asleep, and when the right time comes, I will wake up again.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “There are no greater adversaries than yin and yang, because nothing in Heaven or on Earth escapes them. But it is not yin and yang that do this, it is your heart that makes it so.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “My description of wisdom has nothing to do with benevolence and righteousness, it is to do with being wise in one’s own virtue, nothing more. My description of being has nothing to do with benevolence and righteousness, it is that one should be led by one’s innate nature, nothing more.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “The whole world is incapable of judging either right or wrong. but it is certain that actionless action can judge both right and wrong.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Good order results spontaneously when things are let alone.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “Heaven is like an egg, and the earth is like the yolk of the egg.”
Zhuangzi Quote: “But you now, you wear your soul on your sleeve, exhausting your energy, propping yourself up on a tree, mumbling, or bent over your desk, asleep. Heaven gives you a form and you wear it out by pointless argument.”
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