Study Guide

Tao Te Ching Chapter 37

By Lao Tzu

Chapter 37

  • The Tao never tries to do anything, yet everything that's done is caused by it.
  • It simply is.
  • If the sovereign (which could mean a ruler… or even you) holds onto the idea of the unattached action of the Tao, then everything will be swell.
  • Again, we're reminded of the importance of humility and decreasing desire.
  • If we find true stillness, then anything is possible.

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