Hexagram 5: Process Guide


The book has strong covers, bit is mere emptiness inside.


The book promises to be wise counsel on the ways of the world. However, its advice is mere vanity and the laws of foolish emperors. The Wise One observes the letter, for the Tao is found even in foolish things, but knows the spirit is free. Only the fool respects the rules of man as equal to the ways of heaven.

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Translator's Notes