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The Tao Te Ching
Lao-tzu cultivated Tao and its virtue. He taught that one should efface oneself and be without fame in the world. He lived under the Chou dynasty. After a long time he realized that, the dynasty was declining. He decided to leave. When he reached the western frontier, Yin Hsi, the guardian of the pass, said: "You want to withdraw forever. Please write down your thoughts for me." Thereupon Lao-tzu wrote a book in two sections dealing with the Tao and its virtue [the Tao-te-ching]. It had more than five thousand words. Then he left, and nobody knows what became of him. (Shih-chi, ch. 63)
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