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When the world yields to the principle of TAO, its race horses will be used to haul manure; when the world ignores TAO, war horses are pastured on the public common.

p. 52

There is no sin greater than yielding to desire. There is no misfortune greater than yielding to discontent. There is no greater folly than to yield to acquisitiveness. Thus, everyone should be contented for he that is contented is already rich.

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