Chapter 45: A Flood of Morality

The greatest accomplishments seem as though lacking,
they have no use for fraud.

The greatest surplus seems as though washed out;
it has no use for the poor.

The greatest straight will seem as if bent;
The greatest skill seems inelegant;
The greatest debate seems as cautious speech.

Quiet, cool, calm will always be victorious over hot-tempered impatience.
Cold will be victorious over heat.
Clear, distinct, and pure calm acts as everything’s correct 1st principle.

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