THE FOURTHWAY MANHO E-JOURNAL
Volume 97       February 18, 2020
 

DOING: SAYINGS ABOUT DOING

By Professor  Dr. Tan Man-Ho

(An excerpt from the original work, Real World Views, Book 13 by Professor  Dr. Tan Man-Ho entitled "Principles of the Logico-Psychophilosophical Methods in its Application to Problems of the Real World",  March 1982 ~ September 1983 Discourses, Chapter 6, Section D:  "Doing: Sayings about Doing" pp. 158 ~ 160)

 


Do
Retardation
Ti-Do
-------
Doing with Intentional Suffering

Ti
 
La

So
 Fa Retardation
Mi-Fa
-------
Doing with Conscious Labor

Mi

Re

Do

Mechanical Doing or just 'Happening Doing'

 

 

D.   DOING: SAYINGS ABOUT DOING

 

  1. Every doing consists of a set of moving elements from all the three centers (of thinking, feeling and physical action) and some even more (sex and instinct)

  2. Ride from outside all our internal and external doings.

  3. Whatever you do, they are parts and parcels of your life.

  4. Remember that in all your doings and happenings everything flows into everything like a continuous current with no beginning and no ending.

  5. You continue either inwardly or outwardly but the two movements are always there.

  6. The doing efficiency of a man-machine is greatest when one thing is being handled 3-centeredly one at a time.

  7. Didn't you notice they do nothing? - No outside thing is creatively produced and no inside thing is being worked upon?  Nothing Done!

  8. To do is to do thinking, feeling, movements, sex, and instincts.  To happen is when thinking, feeling, movements, sex and instincts go on by themselves.  Always transform mechanical happenings to conscious doings.

  9. Issue all postures, attach to none. 

  10. The human body has a way of telling you when to stop doing a thing.  It makes use of the two retardations of an octave activity in you.  One retardation at MI-FA while another at TI-DO.

  11. Man grows through doings.  He degenerates when he becomes mechanical.

  12. Issuing decisions from within a person, as the moving matter, cannot influence another person except by the application of just those bodily activities.

  13. Social power is organized men in action.

  14. The greatest power for man is he who can DO.

 

 

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