“A Way become Way isn’t the perennial Way. A name become name isn’t the perennial name: the named is…”

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“A Way become Way isn’t the perennial Way. A name become name isn’t the perennial name: the named is mother to the ten thousand things, but the unnamed is origin to all heaven and earth.”

Laozi, Daodejing, Hinton tr. (Ch 1)

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