“When you arrive at non-action, nothing will be left undone. Mastery of the world is achieved by letting things take their natural course.”

It is the poem month here on Nomad of the Universe ๐Ÿ˜‚ย  I have recently found this verse from Tao Te Ching and I froze. It is describing precisely where I am in my life now. “When you arrive at non-action, nothing will be left undone. Mastery of the world is achieved by letting things take their natural course.” Wow. No comment, as they say… By the way, Stephen Reid has recently published all Tao Te Ching verses with his amazing photos if you want to check them out. ย 

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the nomad of the Universe, sailing through the unknown, learning to be happy and give happiness back
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2 Responses to “When you arrive at non-action, nothing will be left undone. Mastery of the world is achieved by letting things take their natural course.”

  1. beth says:

    And itโ€™s often the hardest thing to do

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