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Regular Script of "The Tao Teh King" CHAPTER LXVI

Regular Script,The Tao Teh KingAlso: tao te king, tao teh ching,tao te ching, tao tse ching)

Regular Script "The Tao Teh King" (Also: tao te king, tao teh ching,tao te ching, tao tse ching) Chapter LXVI

PUTTING ONE'S SELF LAST.

1. The oceans and the rivers attract the streams by their skill in being lower than they; thus are they masters thereof. So the Wise Man, to be above men, speaketh lowly; and to precede them acteth with humility.

2. Thus, though he be above them, they feel no burden; nor, though he precede them, do they feel insulted.

3. So then do all men delight to honour him, and grow not weary of him. He contendeth not against any man; therefore no man is able to contend against him.


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