Tao Te Ching

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Tao Te Ching

 (dou′ dĕ′ chĭng′, tou′ tĕ′ chĭng′)
n.
A Chinese text written in the first millennium bc, traditionally ascribed to Lao Tzu and setting forth the philosophical tenets of Taoism.

[Mandarin Dàodéjīngliterally, "Classic of the Virtues of the Way"), from Early Middle Chinese daw' tək kεjŋ : daw', road, way, Tao; see Tao + tək, strength of character, virtue (from Old Chinese) + kεjŋ, to pass through, warp (of a fabric), rule, standard, classic text (from Old Chinese *kêŋ).]
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In fact, the renewed popular interest in virtue and character education coincides with the publication of William Bennett's, The Book of Virtue. In the slim introduction to that collection of fables, poems, and other literary compositions, Bennett observes: "There is nothing more influential, more determinant, in a child's life than the moral power of quiet example" (1993, p.
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If the whole world followed you--followed to the letter--would it be a nobler world, all deceit and falsehood hurled from it altogether; malice, selfishness, and lust, banished from beneath the crust, covering human hearts from view--Tell me, if it followed you, would the world be better?" (The Book of Virtues, Simon and Schuster, 1993).
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