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Gifts from the Sea
---Ann Morrow Lindbergh
In Memoriam 1906-2001
Autumn, -- the briskness of the air, warm homes, coolness outside fresh, lively, envigorating, curtains, cushions inside feeling soft. Then sweet, anguished sounds of violin and Koto filling the halls of lovely homes, where Japanese girls are unknown queens.
Now a hushing wind quietly initiating inward probing, contemplatives studying the loss of life, choires beginning to echo in hollow spaces where He finds room, spirit nearing a blue golden summer of soul, autumn leaves showing ruby golden colours of devotion. Rustling in the wind millions fly to rest peacefully on the cold, dead ground. Copyright © 1986 by Georg W. Koester
The Tao has three treasures. Hold and keep them always: The first is universal love. The next is not to be wasteful. The third is humility. From Tao Te Ching Chapter 67
The Spirit of the Fountain dies not. It is called the Mysterious Feminine. The Doorway of the Mysterious Feminine Is called the Root of Heaven-and-Earth. Lingering like gossamer, it has only a hint of existence; And yet when you draw upon it, it is inexhaustible.
From Tao Te Ching Chapter 6 by Lao Tzu
In addition to the wisdom above, I have found successful and happy relationships by deeply reflecting on the meaning of the following quote from the Tao Te Ching, Chapter 57: