PHILOSOPHY. The Way of Chuang Tzu. Thomas Merton. Working from existing translations, Father Merton has composed a series of personal versions from his . The Way of Chuang Tzu (Second Edition) eBook: Thomas Merton, Dalai Lama XIV: fernlowlitiltsi.ml: Kindle Store. fernlowlitiltsi.ml: The Way of Chuang Tzu (Second Edition) (): Thomas Merton, Dalai Lama XIV: Books.
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4. I. Merton's Imitation of Chuang Tzu. In His Personality. When Merton wrote The Way of Chuang Tzu, one of his favorite books, he made a special confession to. young Father Louis (Thomas) Merton, O.C.S.O., wrote: " I could get a fair picture of . The Way of Chuang Tzu in These commentaries focused on the. Free renderings of selections from the works of Zhuangzi, taken from urn:acs6: wayofchuangtzu00mert:pdf:acecb-.
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Silence, non-action: this is the level of heaven and earth. This is perfect Tao. Wise men find here Their resting place. From emptiness comes the unconditioned.
From this, the conditioned, the individual things. From action, attainment. From their stillness comes their non-action, which is also action And is, therefore, their attainment. For stillness is joy. Joy is free from care Fruitful in long years.