“In perennial nonbeing you see mystery, and in perennial being you see appearance. Though the two are…”

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“In perennial nonbeing you see mystery, and in perennial being you see appearance. Though the two are one and the same, once they arise, they differ in name.”

Laozi, Daodejing, Hinton tr. (Ch 1)

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