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The Story of the Chinese Farmer

The Story of the Chinese Farmer

Dec 18, 2015-- In "The Story of the Chinese Farmer," philosopher Alan Watts looks at the idea of what we consider good or bad fortune with the parable of a Chinese farmer, who refuses to see anything as positive or negative. This beautifully animated video will make you question whether one can truly know if something is good or bad when you can never know the consequences. (7341 reads)


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