Written by Scott Allen

How Taoism can help you deal with Mesa AZ IRS Problems?

Here a Taoist tale with the unusual title, Good fortune rests upon disaster.  Disaster lies hidden within good fortune.  Who knows the standards?

There is a story of a farmer whose horse ran away.  That evening the neighbors gathered to commiserate with him since this was such bad luck. He said, “Maybe so, maybe not.”  The next day the horse returned, but brought with it six wild horses and the neighbors came exclaiming at his good fortune.  He said, “Maybe so, maybe not.”  And then the following day, his son tried to saddle and ride one of the wild horses, but was thrown and broke his leg.  Again, the neighbors came to offer their sympathy for the misfortune.  And he said, “Maybe so, maybe not.”  The day after that, conscription officers came to the village to seize young men for the army, but because of the broken leg the farmer’s son was rejected.  When the neighbors came to say how fortunately everything had turned out, he said, “Maybe so, maybe not.”

This Taoist tale tells us to overcome our tendency to make rash judgments about our current situation in life.  This would include having a serious problem with the IRS.  This Taoist belief is called emptying the mind, or sitting and forgetting.   Most of our suffering in life is caused by our conceptions, which predispose us to see the world in particular ways that disrupt our ability to respond appropriately.

Before you jump to any incorrect conclusions about your problem with the IRS, you should seriously consider having a consultation with Scott Allen E.A.  Scott knows the best option to settle your IRS tax debt.  Scott can be reached at 480-926-9300.  You will only talk with Scott and he will put your mind at ease.

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