Experiencing Tao

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The Guodian Chu Slips (Chinese : 郭店楚簡; pinyin: Guodian Chujian) 
In 1993, an astonishing discovery was made at a tomb in Guodian in Hubei province (east central China). Written on strips of bamboo that have miraculously survived intact since 300 B.C., the "Guodian Laozi, " is by far the earliest version of the "Daode jing" ever unearthed. There were three bundles of bamboo strips (71 strips total):

Guodian Laozi A (老子甲 - Laozi jia) 
consists of (in this order) chapters 19, 66, 46, 30, 15, 64 (part 2), 37, 63, 2, 32, 25, 5, 16, 64 (part 1), 56, 57, 55, 44, 40, and 9.
Guodian Laozi B (老子乙 - Laozi yi) 
consists of chapters 59, 48, 20, 13, 41, 52, 45, and 54. 
Guodian Laozi C (老子丙 - Laozi bing) 
consists of chapters 17, 18, 35, 31, and 64 (part 2).
The Guodian Chu Slips  (cir. 300 BCE)

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