Three water dropsSay too much, do too much, and it is spoiled. The right action at the right time is no action at all.

Economy, frugality, simplicity. As one of the three treasures, Lau Tzu said that by being economic we can be liberal. By being moderate, we might always sense the abundance in life.

If you are thirsty, the beauty of the glass does not matter.

When you are careful, you can be carefree and generous. When you love what you have you will never feel without.

Seeking the simple answer helps build a solution that can last.

“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler
Roger Sessions / Albert Enistein

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