When man is born, he is tender and weak.
At death, he is stiff and hard.
All things, the grass as well as trees,
are tender and supple while alive.
When dead, they are withered and dried.
Therefore the stiff and hard are companions of death.
The tender and the weak are companions of life.
Lao-Tzu (fl. B.C. 600)
Chinese Philosopher - Founder of Taoism
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