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19 July 2007 @ 06:26 am
Tao of the Day  
Stress happens when the mind resists what is. - Dan Millman, Way of the Peaceful Warrior

One who advertises himself too much is ignored. One who is too insistent on his own views finds few to agree with him. One who claims too much credit does not get even what he deserves. One who is too proud is soon humiliated. - Lao Tzu (24: Bahm)

Better never begin, but begin, better finish. - Socrates, Dan Millman, Sacred Journey of the Peaceful Warrior

To be comfortable in the world, stay calm and clear. - Lao Tzu (45: LeGuin)

What if is as dangerous as should have. The only sanctity is in what is. - Boo Tzu

If you're merciful you can be brave, if you're moderate you can be generous. - Lao Tzu (67: LeGuin)

Stop thinking, and end your problems. - Lao Tzu (20: Mitchell)

If you're going through Hell, keep going. - Winston Churchill
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