The fact here is that I took the original OP quote OUT OF CONTEXT.
It is in regards to "the Tao". Add a few more lines such as this one to the original and you start to get the full idea:
"The Tao that can be expressed is not the eternal Tao; The name that can be defined is not the unchanging name."
I selectively took it out of context to piss on Hubbard's endless tendency towards garish excess, haughty verbosity and arrogant spewing . . . .
I like this section (the truth is IN YOU) from the Tao Te Ching - but you have to learn how to really shut the fuck up (internally, mentally) to "see it" (get "silent", become one with the silent watcher or observer):
Since before time and space were,
the Tao is.
It is beyond is and is not.
How do I know this is true?
I look inside myself and see.
I think most of us caught on, but then we already know your style. Thought provoking thread which is what you like to lead people into by use of relative, partial truths containing both truth and untruth, though in no way an ultimate truth. Actually, I arrive at clearer insights through just letting the thoughts flow while bouncing off others in this internet think tank, or in the format of journal writing. Learned that in a creative writing class in college where we were required to keep a journal and we'd write down whatever came to mind, even pure gibberish but it would mostly lead to something worthwhile. Don't know where my thoughts come from but when it's all working, they come so easily. I like the saying that "great minds think alike." You eventually find out who you can share perspectives with and not get shot down in flames so unnecessarily. It's late now and my wellspring of thought has pretty much dried up. Mornings are best after a good cup of Joe.