What water would do? - Nibbrati Rathore


How do we find fulfilment in a world that is constantly changing?

Nibbrati Rathore, a mathematics teacher, struggled with these questions until she came across the ancient Chinese philosophy of Tao Yep Ching. In it, she found a passage comparing the goodness of water, an idea she is now applying to her everyday life. In this podcast, she shares- “Philosophy of water” and “What water would do”?

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  1. Woow... Can you plz share the passage here again.

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    1. The supreme goddess is like water.
      It benefits all things without contention
      In dwelling , it stays grounded
      In being, it flows to depths
      In expression, it is honest
      In confrontation, it stays gentle
      In governance, it doesn’t control
      In action, it aligns to timing
      It is content with its nature
      And therefore cannot be faltered
      -Tao te Ching

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  2. Excellent share Nibbrati! You inspire me😊. The poem is very apt and the the values that one can imbibe from flowing water, as narrated, are innumerable.

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    1. Thank you ma’am πŸ™

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  3. Mithu banerjee paul8 June 2022 at 17:29

    Excellent and what a wonderful experience

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