Says the Tao:

1. Nature doesn’t care. Nature is carefree.

Nature does not try to be good or bad. What happens, happens.

The wise one does not support or oppose one or the other.

People often ask why nature is cruel. Thousands of people die in a tsunami or an earthquake. We can rave and rant, grieve and blame. Would that matter?

You are driving a big truck. You run over an anthill. Thousands of ants die. Would you even know?  If you did, would you care?

In the scheme of the universe, we are no more important than ants or even smaller creatures. Nature does not play favorites. We do. So, we suffer.

2. The Tao is infinite. It is eternal. It is inexhaustible.

The more one takes, the more it gives. It does not hoard or hold back.

The Tao does not speak. It acts.

The wise one who knows does not speak. One who speaks does not know.

The more we talk, the more we think of ourselves. In silence, we go within. We think of others. Silence is truth. Words are lies.

Do we need to talk to act? Can we do what we need to in silence? Would that make a difference?  Would that help in our doing more things right? Contemplate!

One of the oldest Veda scriptural saying is:

You are infinite. The universe is infinite. From infinity arose infinity. When infinity leaves infinity, infinity still remains.

Whatever one wants to call it, the law of potentiality, the law of attraction or whatever, the truth is that the universe gives without questioning why. You need not even ask. Just don’t refuse!

We are part of a hologram. We are a chip of the hologram of the universe. We are the same energy. What the universe can do, we too can.

Watch the Dalai Lama laughing. You may not understand a word of what he says. Does it matter?

When the universe smiles, do we need to question and analyze?

Become the Tao. Wealth and fame will follow you.

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