Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs

Lao Tzu advises Confucius not to be overwhelmed by human affairs in this film.

“Chaos is everywhere.”

Lao Tzu: “Men habitually long for fame and authority.”
Kong Qui: “Then what should I, your pupil, do?
I cannot hang useless on the door-beam like a dried-out gourd.”

“The Master’s words are profound, but I must be loyal to my chosen path. The Master’s way is beyond. My dao keeps me in the world of men.”

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