February 15, 2012

Uncertainty


The ancients have said that we are alone and drifting, not knowing  at times where we are. We may be alone without knowing where to go. We are different than the others. In an uncertain hour, the wise man acknowledges uncertainty. To do otherwise would be foolish and would involve lying to ourselves and others. There may often seem to be a wall between us and others. We are one but apart. We can always rest easy knowing that we are guided by the Tao and even though the way may sometimes seem obscure, it is true and everlasting.

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