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Lao Tse is the sixth century BCE author of the ''Tao Te Ching''. Taoism follows his teachings.
 
Lao Tse is the sixth century BCE author of the ''Tao Te Ching''. Taoism follows his teachings.
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Lao Tse is one of the ten Adi Gurus or Primordial Masters.
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Lao Tse has been credited with saying: "Not knowing that one knows is the best. Thinking that one knows when one does not know is sickness. Only when one becomes sick of this sickness can one be free from sickness. The sage is never sick. Because he is sick of this sickness, therefore he is never sick."
  
 
See also: [[Ten Primordial Masters]]
 
See also: [[Ten Primordial Masters]]

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Lao Tse is the sixth century BCE author of the Tao Te Ching. Taoism follows his teachings.

Lao Tse is one of the ten Adi Gurus or Primordial Masters.

Lao Tse has been credited with saying: "Not knowing that one knows is the best. Thinking that one knows when one does not know is sickness. Only when one becomes sick of this sickness can one be free from sickness. The sage is never sick. Because he is sick of this sickness, therefore he is never sick."

See also: Ten Primordial Masters