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Rupert Spira Commentary on Nature

When I saw this it reminded by of Zhuangzi’s mind-bending chapter from the book named for him, Enjoyment in Untroubled Ease:

It was separation that led to completion; from completion ensued dissolution. But all things, without regard to their completion and dissolution, may again be comprehended in their unity;--it is only reaching beyond thought who know how to comprehend them in this unity.

This being so, let us give up our devotion to our own views, and occupy ourselves with the ordinary views. These ordinary views are grounded on the use of things. Realizing this, we are near to our goal, and there we stop. When we stop, and yet we do not know how it is so, we have what is called the Dao.



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