Book 1, part 3: Tao Te Ching by Lau Tzu –illustrated/visualized by me

Not to honour men of wirth will keep the people from contention
Not to honour men of wirth will keep the people from contention
not to value goods which are hard to come by will keep them from theft;
not to value goods which are hard to come by will keep them from theft;
not to display what is desirable will keep them from being unsettled of mind
not to display what is desirable will keep them from being unsettled of mind
Therefore in governing the people, the sage empties their minds but fills their bellies, weakens their wills but strengthens their bones
Therefore in governing the people, the sage empties their minds but fills their bellies, weakens their wills but strengthens their bones
He always keep them innocent of knowledge and free from desire, and ensures that the clever will never dare to act
He always keep them innocent of knowledge and free from desire, and ensures that the clever will never dare to act

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