At the death of Lao Tzu is a short story by Chuang Tzu, his greatest disciple, who teaches us about the meaning of the chen-jen or the pure being which is the goal of the Taoist sage. We took this story and added a short commentary explaining the matter. This essay, At the Death of Lao tzu, may be helpful if you wish to further follow the Tao teachings.
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Way of Perfect Emptiness
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