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What does Lao Tzu mean by "Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished"?

This quote might be one of the many translations from the Tao Te ching, as stated in chapter 37: "The everlasting TAO acts according to the natural WAY. Therefore, there is nothing that IT will ...
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On the Chinese translation of some words by 歌德

The most common translation for the first one seems to be: 要想逃避这个世界,没有比艺术更可靠的途径;要想同世界结合,也没有比艺术更可靠的途径。 It’s all over the net. Similarly the most popular rendition of the second one looks like: ...
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