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Is this a trick? Everyone is correct, but I like harijanti’s answer best.

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nobody knows….at first people thought that he is actually jiang tai gong…the one love to go fishing…but later on they realised that he is not that man…..
his teaching is USE YOUR OWN BRAIN TO THINK,do not ask so much. (I’m telling truth)

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Steel UR FaiTh

is he related to Sun Tzu?

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Lao Tzu’s name became legendary with this writing, which also happens to be his only work. Lao Tzu (his name is sometimes written Lao Tse or Lao Zi, and he is also known as Li Er and Lao Dan) was supposedly born in Honan on the 24th of March in the year 604 BC. His name means “old-young” and he has been called the “Old Master”. Lao Tzu was very old, when he rode on a water buffalo to retire in the mountains to a province in the western frontiers. There he was approached by a border official named Guan… Read more »

Theron Q. Ramacharaka Panchadasi
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Lao Tzu is attributed with the foundations of Taoism, and the written work Tao Te Ching. One of the tenets of Taoism is meditation. Another is harmony with nature. Another is living in accordance with “The Way.” Another is the universal principle of polarity (Yin/Yang). Tai Chi is grounded in Taoism.

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Lao Tzu is a Chinese Taoist Philosopher.He was born between the age period of 600&300 B.C.E. Lao Tzu believed that human life,like everything else in the UNIVERSE,is constantly influenced by the outside force. He also wrote the book TTaoism.

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Lao Tzu was the main teacher of Taoism. His main priciple is that the Way of the Universe could not be adequtely described in words, and that it would be insulting both to its unlimited power and to the intelligent mind to attempt to do so.

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Lau Tzu is the father of Taoism, and author of the Tao De Ching. His main teaching was acting in harmony with nature and the universe. The most common symbol associated with this philosophy is yin-yang.