The Spirit has an impregnable tower wich no danger can disturb as long as the tower is guarded by the invisible Protector who acts unconsciously and whose actions go astray when they become deliberate reflexive and intentional. The unconscious and entire sincerity of Tao are disturbed by any effort at self-conscious demonstration. All such demonstrations are lies. When one displays himself in this amibiguous way the world storms in and imprisons him. He is no longer protected by the sincerity of Tao. Each new actis a new failure. If his acts are done in public, in broad daylight, he will be punished by men. If they are done in private and in secret, he will be punished by spirits. Let each one understand the meaning of sincerity and guard against display. He will be at peace with men and spirits and will act rightly, unseen, in his own solitude, in the tower of his spirit.