Discussion in 'Buddhism' started by DrumR, Nov 25, 2009.
Please see Tao Te Ching 37 & 38
Apparently the "it" to be cultivated is the "Te" of 'Te Ching.'
So we need to know the meaning of "Te."
There's something about "studying the Tao" as a means of ensuring right practice.
The Chinese literally reads "the highest Te is not Te, therefore it has Te. The lowest Te doesn't lack Te, and therefore is without Te. "
Tao Te Ching: The Way of Virtue - Google Books
Good thing there's more than one translation......
Separate names with a comma.