Chapter 73

One who innovates merely to be innovative
Comes eventually to a dead end.
One who innovates because he must in order
to proceed forward with his work, 
always continues to advance.
The first case is the fate of the clever.
The second case is the fate of the mastercraftsman.
To know the difference is a sign of wisdom.

The nature of Harmony is to achieve
without striving for achievement;
to enlighten without explanation;
To arrive without being sought after.
Unhurried, all is accomplished at its appointed time.
Sparsely meshed is Harmony's net,
yet, nothing escapes it.


none yet