The Dude De Ching by The Church of the Latter-Day Dude

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The Dude De Ching is an interpretation of the Tao Te Ching for fans of Dudeism. Dudeism is an real faith with over 70,000 ordained "Dudeist Priests." it really is encouraged regularly through Taoism and the Coen Brothers' 1998 movie "The enormous Lebowski." This humorous and encouraging ebook of religious classes might help you are taking it effortless and abide within the face of any gutterballs which are thrown your approach. every one verse is by means of the unique Tao Te Ching (Peter Merel's interpolation) to assist exhibit the similarity among Dudeism and Taoism. notice: All royalties earned from the sale of this ebook will visit a fund that might be provided to the charity web site Please stopover at Dudeism at to determine extra. The Dude De Ching is illustrated via award-winning secret novelist and cartoonist Colin Cotterill.

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Leads The Dude has no true definition. Like Creedence, he runs through the jungle; It’s like Lenin said: Look for the one who will benefit. Life does not stop and start— Are we gonna split hairs here? When the Dude is called Jeffrey, Jeffrey is not the name of the Dude; Too many strands in the head, Allows the plan to get too complex. Instead, let the Dude flow through Jeffrey into Maude And the little Lebowski on the way Who may or may not be the Walrus. Tao Te Ching: 32. Shape Tao has no true definition.

Abidement45. Statements of Import46. Needing More47. London and France48. Achievement49. The World of Pain of Others50. Life and Death51. Abiding52. Prior Restraint53. Feeding the Monkey54. Love in the True Sense of the Word55. A Natural, Zesty Enterprise56. That’s Cool. That’s Cool57. The President58. Not a Problem59. Put the Piece Away60. Words61. Love Me62. Sinners63. Obstacles Overcome64a. Care at the Approach64b. Care at the Follow-through65. History Class66. Following Around67. Three Wholes68.

But without clarity, the sky tears; Without stability, the earth splits; Without strength, the mountain collapses; Without water, the riverbed cracks; Without life, nature is barren; And without support, the rulers fall. So rulers depend upon their subjects, The noble depend upon the humble; And rulers call themselves orphaned, lonely or disabled, To win their peoples’ support. Wholeness gains no support. So there is weakness in power, And power in weakness; Rather than tinkle like jade, One should clatter like stones 40.

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