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DOING NOTHING


'Doing nothing is better than being busy doing nothing.'

(Another quote attributed to Lao Tzu )

Here's the caveat: the mind is always up to something and never doing nothing!

What then was Lao Tzu getting at? Perhaps this: when we stop being busy doing nothing (or even busy doing something) we can start to do a different kind of nothing, we can be still and observe the mind.

This kind of doing nothing is really something!


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