Lao Tzu favors a return to natural cycles and natural living close to the Tao. He’s is adamantly opposed to exploitation “by the Ruler”. Some consider him a kind of anarchist. But mostly, he’s saying that ultimately cycles of apparent progress will be followed by cycles of de-volution, that only surrendering to natural Tao cycles will bring happiness.
Are you one of the workers turned into a workaholic by email?
Sorry but it’s not actually email but capitalism which destroys workers, but of course it’s quite complicated.
Sorry for my broken English.
Capitalism versus socialism or?
After the American Civil War, ex-Union soldier Keoma Shannon, part-Indian and part-white, returns to his home town to find his half-brothers in alliance with a petty tyrant named Caldwell. Caldwell and his gang rule over the town with an iron fist. With the help of his father and George, an old Black friend, he vows revenge. Keoma also shows compassion when he saves a pregnant woman from a group sent by Caldwell’s group to be quarantined in a mine camp full of plague victims. Keoma is constantly visited by the apparition of an older woman (“The Witch”) who saved him during the massacre of an Indian camp.
…natural cycles and natural living…
And one must be prepared to go against these.
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