As I reflected on the essential tenets of the Tao,
I saw that what little I had to say needed no proving.
Leo’s way works for him, but it does not work for many,
although many can learn from what works for him.
There is nothing wrong with plans or goals.
Sages have always had both and always will.
We find trouble when we’re attached to specific outcomes
and attempt to dominate the world’s unfolding.
Tread carefully when walking across thin ice.
Walk confidently when on firm ground.
Breathe in clean air and bask in the warm sun.
Seek shelter and stay dry when it rains.
Each situation has its own appropriate response.
To say one for all or all for one
Is like telling babies to eat hard food
And adults to stick to applesauce.
Since it may be lost in expression, I want to be clear that I respect, appreciate, and support Leo and his great work. This is more of a “Yes AND” rather than an “either/or” response.