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The principal attribute of the Tao is the recurring nature of its constant, unceasing motion and change. ‘Arriving back is the motion of the Tao,’ says Lao Tzu, and ‘Going afar means returning. The concept is that all evolution and growth in nature, those in the physical dimension as well as those of human conditions, show cyclic patterns of going and coming, of contraction and expansion.
This scheme of things was no doubt concluded from the motions of the sun and moon and the change of the seasons, but it was then also applied as a rule of life. The Chinese believe that whenever a condition evolves to its extreme, it will invariably turn around and become its opposite. This core belief has given them mental grit and tenacity in times of suffering and has made them wary and equanimous in times of success.
Which of the following would be a possibility If the basic premise of the passage is flawed?
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