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抱朴子   By: (284-364)

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I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, as it provided a unique perspective on Chinese philosophy and the importance of simplicity and authenticity in life. Hong Ge's writing style is both engaging and insightful, making complex philosophical concepts accessible to readers. The way he explores the concept of "naturalness" and its relevance to modern society was particularly thought-provoking.

The book is divided into concise chapters that delve into different aspects of Daoism, allowing readers to easily digest and contemplate the teachings presented. I appreciated the blend of ancient wisdom with practical advice for applying these principles in our daily lives. The author's passion for the subject matter shines through in every page, making this a truly enlightening read.

Overall, I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in delving deeper into the teachings of Daoism and exploring the timeless wisdom of Chinese philosophy. It offers a refreshing perspective on living a meaningful and fulfilling life, and I found myself reflecting on its lessons long after finishing the final chapter.

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《抱朴子》

「 抱朴子曰:命之修短,實由所值,受氣結胎,各有星宿。天道無為,任物 自然,無親無疏,無彼無此也。命屬生星,則其人必好仙道,求之亦必得也。 命屬死星,則其人亦不信仙道,不信仙道,則亦不自修其事。所樂善否,判於 所稟,移易予奪,非天所能。」

《抱朴子‧塞難》 「按《仙經》以為諸得仙者,皆其壽命偶值神仙之氣,自然所稟。故胞 胎之中,已含信道之性,即其有識,則心好其事,必招明師而其法,不然,則 不信不求,求亦不得也。」《抱朴子‧辯問》 「《ç... Continue reading book >>




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