Chanced upon a stanza of the Wise One in
Of all places, in Clausewitz's "On War".
Once grasp the great form without a form
and you will roam where you will
with no evil to fear
calm, peaceful, at ease.
The hub of a wheel turns upon the axle.
In a jar, it is the hole that holds water.
So advantage is had
from whatever there is
but usefulness rises
from whatever is not.