Nature's way is straight and unerring, foursquare and
calm, great and tolerant. Everything is accomplished
without the necessity of fabricated purpose.
Man's way is equally self-evident. His internal
principles are correct; his external acts are righteous;
his results are certain.

   I Ching (B.C. 1150?)
   Chinese Book of Changes                           


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