The Right Thing
載營魄抱一 能無離乎 Hop on and hold tight. Don't let yourself get left behind.
專氣致柔 能嬰兒乎 Save your energy and relax. Let yourself be a newborn child.
滌除玄覽 能無疵乎 Wash away your darkest thoughts. Don't let yourself get upset.
愛民治國 能無知乎 Love your neighbour and lend a hand. Don't let yourself judge.
天門開闔 能為雌乎 The universe shifts and slides. Let yourself take it all in.
明白四達 能無知乎 生之畜之 生而不有 為而不恃 長而不宰 Clear and bright in every direction, don't even let yourself think about how we're created and compelled to give birth but not own, to motivate but not mother, to parent but not punish.
是謂玄德 This one's called Xuande, the strange case of doing the right thing.
This is probably a pithy primer on the process and epiphany of Daoist meditation.
天門開闔 has something mystical to do with, "Cosmic gates opening and closing," and 能為雌 is, "Letting yourself be made female."
明白四達 evokes for me a passage in Wenzi that every corner is lit when superiors defer to subordinates. I'm thinking of it as the clarity of purpose of a common effort.
生為長 vs 有恃宰 is just unbelievably flexible. If I were to apply its lesson in Dao De natural law to Laozi's water buffalo, he raised her but doesn't own her, he guides her but she doesn't need him, he fattens her but not for slaughter.