37.

The Tao is the very model of not-doing
Yet leaving nothing undone.
If princes and potentates would abide by it
The ten thousand beings would reform themselves naturally.

And should old desires stir
I would subdue them by doing without names,
By the natural simplicity of not naming.

Truly:
Where nothing is named there are no desires.
Free of desire one is at peace
And all under heaven finds calm of itself.







                   
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