…less and less do you need to force things, until you finally arrive at non-action.


This is the message of the Tao Te Ching,  and it is true. Werner Erhard has taught, “Life will resolve itself in the process of Life Itself.” Byron Katie says that liberation is “Loving What Is.”
And Stephen Mitchell calls non-action “the purest and most effective form of action. The game plays the game; the poem writes the poem; we can’t tell the dancer from the dance.
Perhaps the best thing you can do right now is nothing at all.


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