Tao Te Ching Day 75: The Waldo

Agression, force only produce counter forces. Since we live in a physical world we are dealing with the forces of physical law constantly. I couldn’t break wind with out force, and trapped gas hurts.

So why does the Tao Te Ching talk about never doing anything, never being an agressor or a force of any kind?

Well, because according to the Lao Tzu, a fart will come out when it is ready and I do not need to force it. Well that is real convient but what about this job interview?

37 ducks playing west side story next to a banjo holster.

There is not an end


TO find any peace is to lose any chance at pizza

Beyond the grave is a ghost ship filled with dog diapers

They said I couldn’t make it to state, they were wrong

The fulfilled will alway find the perfume dangling song

Can a daughter of sixteen aunts still be in the same place as the frost kin?

I would like to challenge you to a duel, first hand me your gun.

Can cats kill cucumber carts catergorized correctly?

Tony believes in second chances, Tonya belives in love at first sight, are they the same person?

Romance lives in the heart, hearts lie with in every romance, the lies we tell to keep romance alive removes our hearts from with in, but without the lies only our lives are left with in the heart of our romantic lives.

A sentence is a terrible thing to waste.

Can you believe they only said yes to everybody?

This music makes me sad; I love this song.

Forget the championship, Ill take the goat for a walk.

Basketballs are shaped like ballons with solider edges.


Lets go to the prom, I hear they have great dance movers, I have to get this couch out of my apartment, I don’t care how they do it.

“When people no longer fear force

They bring about greater force.”

TTC 72 (Lin)

Published by Matthew Whiteside

I am a writer, a storyteller, a yarn-spinning freakazoid. My life is full of two things today, lessons and blessings. I write fiction mostly but I also love to write about my life and the things I go through on a daily basis. Writing it out inspires and motivates me and that's why I do it. Plus if it does that for me maybe it will for someone else too.

One thought on “Tao Te Ching Day 75: The Waldo

  1. Like most (all) of the Tao, this one has meaning on different levels.

    On another level, fear causes physical, mental and spiritual tension, which blocks the flow of energy. Tense muscles can’t throw a punch as fast. If you fear you can’t make a jump, your muscles will tense up as you try and you’ll jump shorter than you otherwise might have. “Brain fog” is often nothing more than mental tension and fear you can’t find an answer.

    Likewise, fear and doubt block the flow of spiritual energy as well. From an Eastern standpoint, tension blocks the flow of chi along meridians. From a Judeo-Christian standpoint, fear and doubt block blessings and prevent prayer from being answered. We have to have faith that the prayer will be answered, AND believe we’re also worthy of receiving what we ask for. 😉


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