FOTO di VENEZIA e di FRANCIA TESTI per PENSARCI SU

 

 

Small lexicon

(words chosen in homage to Lao Tse
in his
Tao Te Ching)

THE TEN THOUSAND CREATURES: the living beings
THE HUNDRED FAMILIES: the human beings
THE PRINCE: the one who rules
THE MASTER: the one who knows
THE SERVANT: the one who serves
THE SAGE: the sage

 

A little note for fun

- What did you do last Sunday?
- Nothing. I went to friends coming back from a long stay abroad.
- Then, why have you said, "Nothing"?
- Iíve said…? It's true, it is what Iíve said... I donít know why Iíve said that!
- Maybe you were bored?
- On the contrary! We had a very nice day, quiet, without clashes, talking of what was going through our minds...
- They talked about what they had done, about the places where they had been?
- Almost not...
- Indeed?
- I think that we rather spoke about the pleasure of meeting us again, the impressions... I think that the dryness of facts, of actions would have embarrassed us.
- I understand. You know, I am thinking of the novels we are used to reading. Often, not always, of course, I feel that impressions embarrass actions.
- Maybe the author did not make friends with his characters.

(Praecor)

 

 

 

The Thought of the Day

by Serge Bassenko

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE SAGE SPEAKS OF LIFE

AND THE MASTER DRAWS LIMITS TO LIFE

                                                                (The Sage)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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