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Therefore the Master says I let go of the law and people become honestI let go of economics and people become prosperous I let go of religion and people become serene I let go of all desire for the common good and the good becomes common as grass Tzu Tao-te ching 2757Can humanity subject itself to a world without rules Can we live in a world were humans dont follow any laws and is self governed Would our millennium era be able to handle a world without management of production distribution and consumption of goods and services How peaceful would a world be without organized religion A world without a collection of cultural systems and belief systems Like in the days of Adam and Eve We would live in a world without the guidance and moral laws of some form of superior script or holy book The world Lao Tzu speaks of was necessary in his time He came from an era in china were the culture practiced collectivism and Confucianism was the main religion A culture were having individualistic ideas were shunned upon So that was the reason he pressed so heavily on freedom because he felt china was being suppressed by too many rules that made individuals conform to groups His Radical ideas were influenced by the surroundings of his eraIn reality Lao Tzus Taoism practices arent logical or rational and would not work in the US which already practices Individualistic ideas Evil must exists to measure good bad things must happen to measure and test the true nature and character of an individual Laws must be placed because we are a fleshly motivated world A world that follows its flesh and ignores its inner spirit A world were humans are part animal and part god If laws were not placed in our world the world would become destructive and chaotic and not much good would be left The times
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