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Te

The Chinese word Te has the same meaning as the words Holy Spirit, Brahman.

The Teachings of Taoism, i.e. Teachings about Tao and Te, were described by great Chinese adept Lao Tse in His treatise Tao Te Ching.

The following excerpts from Tao Te Ching contain a description of Te:

"Te comes out from Tao. And Tao abides in the Primordial Depth.

"Te is That Which acts and drives. It is as mysterious and hidden as Tao. Yet It also exists!

"It can assume a form.

"It possesses Power. Its Power is superior to everything existing in this world.

"Te can be seen. From ancient times till present, the Voice of Te sounds and tells the Will of the Creator to the entire material world.

"Where can I see the countenance of Te? Everywhere!

"... Tao creates beings; Te nurses them, raises them, helps them to develop, to mature, takes care of them and supports them.

"These beings grow as souls, develop, and achieve the Perfection.

"Therefore, there is no person who would not be obliged to worship Tao and Te.

"Tao and Te coerce no one; They give to all beings the possibility to develop according to one’s own freedom of will, in a natural way."
 

See also:

Tao Te Ching

Tao

Holy Spirit

Brahman
 

External links:

Tao Te Ching (online book)

 

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