The Tao-man is lazy

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The Song of Enlightenment opens with this statement: “Stopping learning and practicing wu-wei is the leisurely Tao-man. He does not try to rid of illusions and he does not seek Truth.”

Most practitioners of religion and spirituality would not understand this. Understanding this statement requires deep insight. The ordinary mind is dualistic. It is always thinking in terms of good and bad, purity and defilement, ego and egoless…

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Kenneth Leong

Kenneth Leong

Author, Zen teacher, scientific mystic, professor, photographer, philosopher, social commentator, socially engaged human

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