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1 A Bisy Backson can be compared to a person who runs around trying to escape his shadow and his footprints He does this because he craves a solution to this problem and cannot live with himself until he solves the problem He may even do this until he dies as the book suggests A Taoist will be simple and wander into the shade where his shadow will disappear He will stand still and let his footprints disappear too This is the authors example of how we should be more like the Taoist and not like the Backson 2 The correct order is a e f b d c h g This story illustrates the fact that everyone is special because it shows that no matter how important one profession may seem another profession conquers over it and as professions keep conquering each other one finds that all professions are special 3 Tzuis Lao-tses first love and what a person needs to have wisdom It is heart or compassion If a person is brave and has courage in Taoist then he or she will be successful even under a lot of pressure Tzu is a believe in yourself that one must have in Taoism to be happy and well-off in a Taoist life 4 The Empty Mind would discover the way according to Tai Hs He sees only what is before him and therefore can stumble upon the way easily Meanwhile while the others may seem like good candidates they would spend too much time analyzing the situation and thinking about how to think about it to find the way 5 One must lose knowledge in Taoism This is important because if someone loses knowledge then they are without it and they have found the way They cannot complicate their lives with other things for they are at peace with the world 1 In Taoism the snowball effect is that if
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