The Tao

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Submitted: May 27, 2016

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The Dao is present where there are two apposite quiddities which are mutually constitutive.  The Tao is present where there are three apposite quiditties which are mutually constitutive.The Tao is a mystical quiddity.The Tao is often said to be only understood with the use of poetry.Thus:

The Tao is here

The Tao is there

The Tao is everywhere

Or even more interesting,  it has been said by Lao Tzu that the Tao that can be spoken of is not the Tao.It is not that the Tao does not exist, but rather that the Tao is not subject to normal verbalization in order to be understood.Even so, I say that the Tao is composed of  three apposite quiddities, which are:Being, Logos, and Substance.Being is the Unmoved Mover,Logos is the First Cause Uncaused Cause.Substance is absolute relational love.Another Poem might be helpful:The Tao is Go

The Tao is Flow

The Tao is silent

The  Tao is a whisper

For more about the Tao, see"Tao te Ching" by Lao Tzu.


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