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He contented himself with repeating in a far-reaching tone, The words of the lofty Lao Tzu: When pot upon stove reproveth kettle for blackness, Pot speaking out of turn.
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The following story is told by Huai-nan Tzu (d. B.C. 122):-"Once when the Duke of Lu-yang was at war with the Han State, and sunset drew near while a battle was still fiercely raging, the Duke held up his spear and shook it at the sun, which forthwith went back three zodiacal signs.
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The philosophy associated with the name of Lao Tzu, who lived nobody knows when,-probably about B.C. 600-which is popularly known as Taoism, from Tao, the omnipresent, omnipotent, and unthinkable principle on which it is based, operated with Confucianism, though in an opposite direction, in dislimning the old faith while putting nothing satisfactory in its place.
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Lao Tzu harped upon a doctrine of Inaction, by virtue of which all things were to be accomplished,-a perpetual accommodation of self to one's surroundings, with the minimum of effort, all progress being spontaneous and in the line of least resistance.
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In one of the few genuine utterances of Lao Tzu which have survived the wreck of time, we find an allusion to a spiritual world.
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According to Han Fei (died B.C. 233), who wrote several chapters to elucidate the sayings of Lao Tzu, the following is the correct interpretation:- "Govern a great nation as you would cook a small fish (i.e. do not overdo it).
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In the hands of Lao Tzu's more immediate followers, Tao became the Absolute, the First Cause, and finally One in whose obliterating unity all seemingly opposed conditions of time and space were indistinguishably blended.
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This One, the source of human life, was placed beyond the limits of our visible universe; and in order for human life to return thither at death and to enjoy immortality, it was only necessary to refine away corporeal grossness according to the doctrines of Lao Tzu.
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Mo Tzu, a philosopher of the fourth and fifth centuries B.C., was arguing one day for the existence of spirits with a disbelieving opponent.
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Yu Li Tzu had no answer to make.
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They adopted the idea of a Trinity, consisting of Lao Tzu, P'an Ku, and the Ruler of the Universe; and they further appropriated the Buddhist Purgatory with all its frightful terrors and tortures after death.
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Did not Lao Tzu say, 'The reason why I suffer so much is because I have a body'?
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Examples of Tzu

Example #1
A devout follower of the teachings of the Four Books.
Example #2
I want to make a song of the little girls That live about this quarter.
Example #3
This became a favourite theme for romancers.
Example #4
For many generations afterwards the story ran that the Duke had been up to Heaven.
Example #5
Confucianism, with its shadowy monotheistic background, was at any rate a practical system for everyday use, and it may be said to contain all the great ethical truths to be found in the teachings of Christ.
Example #6
Meanwhile, other influences had been helping to divert the attention of the Chinese people from the simple worship of God and of the powers of nature.