Words of Wisdom for Nov. 10, 2019:
Zhuanzi: Tao, the Great Principle

“A frog in a well cannot discuss the ocean, because he is limited by the size of his well. A summer insect cannot discuss ice, because it knows only its own season. A narrow-minded scholar cannot discuss the Tao, because he is constrained by his teachings. Now you have come out of your banks and seen the Great Ocean. You now know your own inferiority, so it is now possible to discuss great principles with you.”
― Zhuangzi, The Way of Chuang Tzu

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