Threads of Gold
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That a thing is valuable or good in itself, or for common man, doesn't imply that the one that carries such jewels to market will be hailed by all and sundry - to the contrary at times. there are lots of interesting, psychological reasons for it.
These things (items) can be too hard to ascertain over and over. Yet, what is thought to be good for a guru's serf is hardly good for all others.
Times differ, climates differ, conditions, encounters and the general layout of living on this over-populated planet.
These matters laid aside, when you come across statements that obviously or much likely say that something is good, it should suggest the following - and here is a table:
On the quest for excellence, it generally pays to stay fit and tidy. Apart for that, here is what we say, more or less, within this line of didactics, which forms a delicate string of "beads" from the inner nose and onward to its tip (the "bead of Tao excellence" is right there), and onward up the nose ridge - bead after bead in a long "string". The world outside the nose is called yin, and is typically black in a Tao model [Link].
Apart from that, the context often decides, at least to some degree.
Now, a thing, phenomenon or cluster of those items is said to be good if:
- not without inner consistency - and it all deals with the nobility that a genuine man is aiming for. And this could fit. You have to be judicious and as clever as can be on top of quite fit and all-round serveable elements. And bear that in mind.
Feel free to knit and braid and even criss-cross from among the various elements given, as long as it serves the general tenor we've managed to lay bare.
This advanced and brand new school of didactics and poesis for expressions and candid deals goes into still better and altogether aligned, geared-up arenas of assessing help. One way can lead up to or take one into the next item.
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