The great Tao cannot be named,
great discernment cannot be seen,
great benevolence isn not gentle,
great modesty is not meek,
great courage is not aggressive.
When you truly understand
the Tao that cannot be named
you become rooted in not-knowing.
This is called "inner radiance"
Add to it, it is never full;
take from it. it is never depleted.
Who can tell where it comes from?
It is the inexhaustible treasury.
~ The Second Book of the Tao, Stephen Mitchell