How is everyone!!!!!!!

For me this relates to the chapter about the sage doing nothing, and yet nothing is left undone. The sage doesn?t just absolutely do nothing, but does things in a mindful, harmonious way. Within this way, whatever ?potencies? there are in action are done with restraint, like boiling a small fish.

When Carl talked about giving up favoritism for impartiality, I thought of the chapter that speaks of ?flavor-less taste?, of neutrality, in doing things without value judgments.

Also, I see potencies as desires ? in Buddhism the idea isn?t to get rid of desires or potencies. But rather, to observe them ?passing through?, without them grabbing hold of us and taking us on a wild ride. They don?t take us over, so they don?t harm us.


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