LIE-ZIAlso known as LIE-YU-KOU, LIE-YUKOU, LIEH-TZU, LIEH YU-K'OU
A Sage of [DAO].
LIE-ZI lived very humbly with vegetables for forty years on some sort of allotment. This is probably the first recorded pairing of sage and onions. You never saw him trudge back and forth however, because he could hitch a ride on the wind.
He may not have been a God but wisdom from above filtered through him. You can't ignore his utterance "Saying nothing and knowing nothing, there is in reality nothing that a man does not say, nothing that a man does not know."
Profound or what?
Authors: Peter J Allen and Chas Saunders
References: Coming soon.
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Location : China
Gender : Male
Type : Legendary Mortal
Celebration or Feast Day : Unknown at present
Pronunciation : Lee-yeh Dzur
Alternative names : LIE-YU-KOU, LIE-YUKOU, LIEH-TZU, LIEH YU-K'OU
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