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Chinese philosopher regarded as the founder of Taoism (6th century BC)

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Lao Tzu understood that many of the physical laws in nature are reflected in the affairs of society.
Chuang Tzu's confidence came from his belief that he was being true to his teacher, Lao Tzu, in following the Tao, rather than seeking to follow in the footsteps of others.
Reputedly the creation of Lao Tzu some 2500 years ago, this ancient Chinese body of teachings that comprises the "Tao Te Ching: Annotated & Explained" is now thoroughly accessible to students and non-specialist general reader alike who have an interest in the Tao.
Chinese philosopher and poet Lao Tzu once said: A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: We did it ourselves.
As Chinese Philosopher Lao Tzu once said, "A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
Buddha's Little Book of Life: Daily Wisdom from the Great Masters, Teachers, and Writers of All Time is an anthology of inspirational quotes selected from Gautama Buddha and other spiritual leaders including the 14th Dalai Lama, and Thich Nhat Hanh, as well as other great worthies including Cicero, Lao Tzu, Mother Teresa, and Shakespeare.
The sources, who claimed to have seen the tattoo, said Paolo had commissioned a tattoo artist to draw an image of Chinese philosopher and religious Taoism deity Lao Tzu or Laozi-the reputed author of 'Tao Te Ching,' a set of fundamental philosophical texts for Taoism.
1- "Traveling -- it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller," Ibn Battuta 2- "A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent on arriving," Lao Tzu 3- "I read; I travel; I become," Derek Walcott 4- "To travel is to live," Hans Christian Andersen 5- "Travel makes one modest.
Featured are over 100 felicitous selections from Chuang Tzu, Lao Tzu, Li Po, Confucius, and many others including: "The one who knows does not speak.
After the legendary Lao Tzu, the most influential figure in Taoism is the historical Chuang Tzu, or Chuang Chou, (365-286), who lived in the feudal state of Sung in southern China during the Warring States period.
This struggle notwithstanding, we might do well to recall what the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu once said: "The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Lao Tzu once said, "New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings.
See Wing-tsit Chan, "Chu Hsi's Appraisal of Lao Tzu," Philosophy East and West 25 (1975), p.
Laozi or Lao Tzu ("Old Master"), a record-keeper at the Zhou Dynasty court, is believed to have written this philosophical text about living life simplistically and working for the greater good.
Twenty-five hundred years ago, the Chinese sage Lao Tzu wrote: "The universe is sacred.