Tao Te Ching

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Tao Te Ching

by Laozi
Tao Te Ching (Traditional Chinese 道德經, Simplified Chinese 道德经; also transliterated The Tâo the king, Dao De King, Dao De Jing) (also known as Lǎozǐ Dàodé Jīng (老子道德經), Daode Zhen Jing (道德真經 "True Classic of the Way and the Power"), and the Wuqian wen (五千文 "Five thousand character [classic]")) Literally "Way Virtue Classic"; according to tradition, it was written around the 6th century BCE by the sage Laozi

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