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Zhuangzi (4th century BC)

The Zhuangzi
Datec. 300 B.C.

"Perfect persons use their heart-minds like mirrors—going after nothing, welcoming nothing, responding but not storing."

Metaphor in Context, Do not be an embodier of fame; do not be a storehouse of schemes; do not be an undertaker of projects; do not be a proprieter of wisdom. Embody to the fullest what has no end and wander where there is no trail. Hold on to all that you have received from Heaven but do not think that you have gotten anything. Be tenuous, that is all. Perfect persons use their heart-minds like mirrors—going after nothing, welcoming nothing, responding but not storing. Therefore they can win out over things and not hurt themselves.
(Chapter 7)
Categories, Optics: Mirror

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