Legend has it that one day the great master Zhuangzi – one of the founders of Taoism – fell asleep in a garden and had a dream. He dreamed that he was a very beautiful butterfly. After flitting here and there, the butterfly also fell asleep and also had a dream. It dreamed that it was Zhuangzi. When he awoke, the master was no longer sure who he was: the real Zhuangzi or the Zhuangzi in the butterfly’s dream.
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