Tao Te Ching ( Soul is the Way) by Lao Tzu ( Verse 5 )

Heaven and earth are impartial;

they see the 10,000 things as straw dogs.

         The sage is not sentimental;

he treats all his people as straw dogs.

The sage is like heaven and earth:

To him none are especially dear,

nor is there anyone he disfavors. (more…)

Tao Te Ching ( Soul is the way) by Lao Tzu (Verse-3)

Putting a value on status

will create contentiousness.

If you overvalue possessions,

      people begin to steal.

By not displaying what is desirable, you will

cause the people’s hearts to remain undisturbed. (more…)

Tao Te Ching ( Tao=Soul, Te=is the, Ching=way) by Lao Tzu ( Verses 1)

The Tao that can be told, is not the eternal Tao.

The name that can be named, is not the eternal name.

The Tao is both named and nameless.

As nameless it is the origin of all things; (more…)