ment, as part of One he knew no modification. Why not rest in this?
To strive to follow God and not to succeed is to display an activity fatal to itself. How can success ever be thus achieved?
The true Sage ignores God. He ignores man. He ignores a beginning. He ignores matter. He moves in harmony with his generation and suffers not. He takes things as they come and is not overwhelmed. How are we to become like him?
T'ang appointed his Equerry, Mên Yin Têng Hêng, to be his tutor, listening to his counsels but not being restricted by them. He got Tao for himself and a reputation for his tutor. But the reputation was a violation of principle, and landed him in the domain of alternatives.
- Instead of One. No ingenuity of commentator has here succeeded in making sense.
As a tutor, Confucius pushed care and anxiety to an extreme limit.
Yung Ch'êng Shih
- Lao Tzŭ's tutor.
said, "Take away days, and there would be no years. No inside, no outside."
Prince Hui of Wei had made a treaty with prince Wei of Ch'i, which the latter broke.
Thereupon prince Hui was wroth, and was about to send a man to assassinate him. But the Captain-General heard of this, and cried out in shame,