"One does not walk into the forest and accuse the trees of being off-center,
Nor do they visit the shore and call the waves imperfect.
So why do we look at ourselves this way?"

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  1. Because on some level, humans are aware that they are so glaringly off-center and imperfect, in spite of the appearances they work so hard to cultivate, for the manipulation of others.

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    1. Yes, knowing the reality, they still love to go astray. Thanks The Crow. Best wishes.

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  2. You attribute this quote to Lao Tzu, and after some research, I find many others do, too.
    But I do not recognize it, nor see it as something Lao Tzu would write.
    I wonder where it did come from, but I don't wonder too hard: the possibilities are not encouraging.

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    1. I picked this quote from the Net(don't remember the website). I value more about the message than the writer. Thanks The Crow.

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  3. What does the message say to you, Surjit?

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  4. I thought there was a confusion about the author of the quote.

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