Tao Te Ching on Peace and Nonviolence (4)
INSPIRATIONAL, 5 Jun 2023
Quoted from the Tao Te Ching, a Chinese classic text written around 400 BC and traditionally credited to the sage Laozi, though the text’s authorship and the dates of composition and compilation are debated.
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Laozi (born 571 B.C.), also romanized as Lao Tzu and various other ways, was a semi-legendary ancient Chinese Taoist philosopher, credited with writing the Tao Te Ching. Laozi is a Chinese honorific, generally translated as “the Old Master”.
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