A Quote by Lao Tzu on tao, living, soft, yielding, flexible, stiff, rigid, death, and overcome
The living are soft and yielding;
the dead are rigid and stiff.
Living plants are flexible and tender;
the dead are brittle and dry.
Those who are stiff and rigid
are the disciple of death.
Those who are soft and yielding
are the disciples of life.
The rigid and stiff will be broken.
The soft and yielding will overcome.
Source: Tao Te Ching 76
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