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Theories of Winnie the Pooh & the Tao of Pooh
Transcript of Theories of Winnie the Pooh & the Tao of Pooh
"Pooh hasn't much Brain, but he never comes to any harm. He does silly things and they turn out right." - Piglet Owl instead, is the opposite of Pooh, the Knowledge for the sake of Appearing Wise, the one who studies Knowledge for the sake of Knowledge, and who keeps what he learns to himself or to his own small group, rather than working for the enlightenment of others. Eeyore is the sake of complaining about something Eeyore Tigger The wise know their limitations; the foolish do not. To demonstrate: Tigger, who doesn't know his limitations ('Tiggers' can do everything'), which brings him in lots of trouble. He needs Tao! Rabbit Owl Knowledge of Being Clever. Piglet Exact opposite of Tigger and limits himself too much. Through working in harmony with life's circumstances, Taoist understanding changes what others may percieve as negative into something positive. The End!