<![CDATA[Comments on: Virtue Without Law]]> Jonathan WordPress 2008-02-17T21:14:39Z 2008-02-17T21:14:39Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Wayne]]> In other words, A “Superior” person goes from moment to moment without expectation for how each moment will be.

]]> 2008-02-18T04:17:52Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Kullervo]]> Yeah well, if you buy Taoism.

]]> 2008-02-21T06:35:51Z <![CDATA[Comment by: kay]]> Ah, Alan Watts, my favorite thinker. :)

Great insight into his words, btw. How much evil is perpetrated by the non-stop pursuit of ‘righteousness’? How much good bubbles up when we let go of fighting against those things we think of as evil but really aren’t?

]]> 2008-02-21T08:23:34Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan Blake]]> I don’t know that I swallow Taoism hook, line, and sinker, but this thought resonates with my own thoughts. Kay, you expressed it very well. Pursuing righteousness will only lead to a chimera of human creation. “Right” and “wrong” as we typically use them (aside from mathematics, perhaps) only make sense in reference to our own preferences; they have no meaning in the absolute. Letting go of those ideas has allowed many desirable things to bubble up to me.

]]> 2008-02-24T17:52:52Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Wayne]]> Toaism. There is nothing to buy.

]]> 2008-02-24T20:40:44Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan Blake]]> Not buying Taoism is part of the Tao. ;)