The Dao of Change - 道變化 - Dào biànhuà
by AJ Christoph
biànhuà shì hǎo de
rén dé biànchéng wéi shuǐ
liúshuǐ, zìrán, xiàlái, kǒngjìng, zìyóu
zhè shì dào
The way of change
Change is good
People need to become like water
Flowing, natural, settled, cleansed,
this is the way
©Taijitu House, AJ Christoph 2014
Tao Jing – Tao I Textby Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha 沙志鋼
Tao Jing Pronunciation Translation/explanation
© 2010 Soul Power Institute and Heaven's Library Publication Corp.
Tao Sacred Mantra
How to Create the Jin Dan
Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha
Tao Sheng Yi
Tian Yi Zhen Shui
Jin Jin Yu Ye
Yan Ru Dan Tian
Shen Qi Jing He Yi
Tian Di Ren He Yi
Jin Dan Lian Chang
Bai Bing Xiao Chu
Yu Fang Bai Bing
Fan Lao Huan Tong
Chang Shou Yong Sheng
©Heaven’s Library, 2006-2012
The other day I was speaking to someone about what any one person can really "know" in the grand scheme of things, and this is the answer that I come down to...
We can't know anything with any degree of certainty. It may sound sad, maybe even a little depressing, but really, it is humbling. This way we can all walk around "knowing" that none of us really know anything and maybe we can relax a little and not take ourselves so seriously. We are all a bunch of fools after all. We may not like to act like it or even admit it, but it is the truth. I'm a fool, you're a fool, he's a fool, the Queen is a fool, the President is a fool. Ahem. We are all fools. And again, I think I can prove it, but I don't really know. I am a fool after all.
So the reason I say this is because when dealing with infinity there is no frame of reference to judge anything from, there are no ups, no downs, no lefts, or rights. Since the Universe is infinite the amount of knowledge to be learned is also infinite. So there is no possible way to measure what anyone "knows" simply because there is no measuring infinity. There is always something else to learn. It is the pomposity of people that like to pretend that we know anything at all. And to complicate things even more, we live in an ever evolving world. So what we once knew yesterday may be out of date tomorrow. The computers of old are nothing more than relics in the museum of human ignorance.
So there you have it. We don't know anything, and those who try and claim that they know anything... Well they are the biggest fools of us all, because they have fooled themselves into a higher opinion of themselves than what is reality.
AJ, CEO & King of Fools