Daily Obstruction: Capacity for Joy and its Opposite

13 Mar



Capacity for Joy and its Opposite


You tell me which takes more effort: drinking lemonade or turning lemonade into lemons?


* The image is the classic Chinese depiction of Confucius, Buddha, and Lao Tzu (L-R) tasting the contents of a vat of vinegar.  The vinegar is a metaphor symbolizing life and the interpretation of the image is that Confucius purses his lips, finding it unpalatable, Buddha is Stoically neutral.  Only Lao Tzu tastes it and smiles.


2 Responses to “Daily Obstruction: Capacity for Joy and its Opposite”

  1. MomentumMikey March 15, 2016 at 8:58 am #

    thank you for the post. I’m just beginning to expand my search into Lao Tzu and found this post interesting and timely. one never knows who or how their words will help assist another- so thanks for following the energy flow. have a great week, an unknown friend, momentummikey 🙂 🙂

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