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Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "The petty thief is imprisoned but the big thief becomes a feudal lord."

The petty thief is imprisoned but the big thief becomes a feudal lord.




Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Men all pay homage to what understanding understands, but no one understands enough to rely upon what understanding does not understand and thereby come to understand."

Men all pay homage to what understanding understands, but no one understands enough to rely upon what understanding does not understand and thereby come to understand.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Understanding that rests in what it does not understand is the finest."

Understanding that rests in what it does not understand is the finest.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "The Perfect Man uses his mind like a mirror - going after nothing, welcoming nothing, responding but not storing."

The Perfect Man uses his mind like a mirror - going after nothing, welcoming nothing, responding but not storing.




Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "The sage is still not because he takes stillness to be good and therefore is still. The ten thousand things are insufficient to distract his mind - that is the reason he is still."

The sage is still not because he takes stillness to be good and therefore is still. The ten thousand things are insufficient to distract his mind - that is the reason he is still.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Let your mind wander in simplicity, blend your spirit with the vastness, follow along with things the way they are, and make no room for personal views - then the world will be governed."

Let your mind wander in simplicity, blend your spirit with the vastness, follow along with things the way they are, and make no room for personal views - then the world will be governed.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "The Spirit Tower has its guardian, but unless it understands who its guardian is, it cannot be guarded."

The Spirit Tower has its guardian, but unless it understands who its guardian is, it cannot be guarded.




Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Things joined by profit, when pressed by misfortune and danger, will cast each other aside."

Things joined by profit, when pressed by misfortune and danger, will cast each other aside.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Do not use life to give life to death. Do not use death to bring death to life."

Do not use life to give life to death. Do not use death to bring death to life.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "The man who has forgotten self may be said to have entered Heaven."

The man who has forgotten self may be said to have entered Heaven.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "You can't discuss the ocean with a well frog - he's limited by the space he lives in. You can't discuss ice with a summer insect - he's bound to a single season."

You can't discuss the ocean with a well frog - he's limited by the space he lives in. You can't discuss ice with a summer insect - he's bound to a single season.



Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "Only he who has no use for the empire is fit to be entrusted with it."

Only he who has no use for the empire is fit to be entrusted with it.




Zhuangzi, The Complete Works Of Chuang Tzu Quotes: "When men do not forget what can be forgotten but forget what cannot be forgotten - that may be called true forgetting."

When men do not forget what can be forgotten but forget what cannot be forgotten - that may be called true forgetting.