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Lo Zu and Silence…

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A few students walked past the elderly Lo Zu as he was sitting quietly in nature. As they were passing, they briefly paused near the wise and highly respected Lo Zu and he briefly stated this: “Beyond all of the so-called religious mumbo-jumbo, just sit still and perish to what you’ve been told. Do not try to ‘make’ the mind silent; just be passionate about the intrinsic beauty of true silence and then perhaps true silence will naturally manifest. You cannot make the un-makable.”

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  1. We allow ourselves to enter the flow of nature when we focus on being present – something happens or doesn’t – we have no control – love this Tom and LOVE that photo!

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  2. No sir, you cannot make the un-makeable. Another endearing lesson from your Lo Zu tales Tom! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜˜πŸ’– Great food for thought my friend! πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

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  3. Perhaps total silence is only for those with compromised hearing … but any of us can lend an ear to Nature tuning out all other … and Nature does quiet down periodically … worth waiting (listening?) for!

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  4. Silence is golden (or so they say), but, when it comes to the golden egg laid by “that goose” this is what is real … a collection of pretty speckled eggs.

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