Tao Te Ching
From "The Perennial Way" - A Translation of Lao Tsu's Tao Te Ching by Bart Marshall
06 June 2011
When Tao is forgotten,
charity and righteousness are born.
When intelligence and knowledge are valued,
duplicity and pretense soon follow.
When the family is discordant,
love and duty are preached.
When the country is in chaos, loyal patriots appear.
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