Ray Grigg says that real human beings are Taoist sages, "Living peacefully and unnoticed among others. (They are people) who belong everywhere and nowhere, (People who seem) deeply ordinary and yet subtly different, (inner outcasts following) some unknowable wisdom of great grace." They know what they know without knowing how they know, and not knowing, or even wondering, about it. Their knowing "is just there," like knowing when your hair is combed/brushed, and you have had enough to drink or eat. They know what is happening and what needs to be done about it/ in response to it, and of that, what is theirs to do. And they do it when, where and how it needs to be done, which is what, when, where and how they need to do it. Like combing/brushing their hair, and eating and drinking. Every situation asks something of each of us, and very rarely the same thing of all of us. When we know what that is and do it, we are being Taoist sages, whether we know it or not. We make the world a better place by doing what is ours to do, what needs to be done, what needs us to do it, when, where and how it needs to be done, and letting that be that as we go on to the next situation as it arises and do there what needs to be done, and so on, all our life long. This is so simple children can do it, and are doing it-- Taoist sages, every one of them!