“The sage stays behind, thus he is ahead. He is detached, thus at one with all. Through selfless…”

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“The sage stays behind, thus he is ahead. He is detached, thus at one with all. Through selfless action, he attains fulfillment.”

Laozi, Daodejing, Feng & English tr. (Ch 7)

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