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Xiang'er

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The Xiang’er (also Hsiang-erh; Simplified Chinese: 想尔, Traditional Chinese: 想爾) is a commentary to the Dao De Jing that is best known for being one of the earliest surviving texts from the Way of the Celestial Master variant of Daoism. The meaning of the title "Xiang’er" is debated, but can be translated as meaning ‘thinking of you.’
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part of: Dunhuang manuscripts
language: Classical Chinese

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