“So is there a that and a this? Or Is there not a that and a this? Where that and this cease to be opposites, you’ll find the hinge of Tao. Keep that hinge at the center of things, and your movements are inexhaustible. Then yes this is whole and inexhaustible, and no that is whole and inexhaustible.”
Chuang Tzu: The Inner Chapters, Translated by David Hinton
Did you feel it?
The tectonic shift in attitudes. The new consensus that’s emerged, everyone suddenly flowing in one direction about all the most urgent issues of the day. The coming together all across the political and social and racial and economic and cultural bands of the spectrum.
The rising of a single voice. A single intention. At last.
Surely you felt it.
Neither did I.
But you wouldn’t know it from the earnestness of some of the arguments…
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