If that nation, against whom I have pronounced, turn from their evil, I will repent of the evil that I thought to do unto them.This is the second instance in the Book of Jeremiah in which we are told that God will/may repent of something. In order to repent, an entity must accept the definitions of good and evil because the act of repenting is to acknowledge wrongdoing or sin.
~ King James version ~
Tao is beyond good and evil.
~ possible Taoist alternative ~
Tao has no need to repent because Tao is beyond good and evil. Tao represents -- for lack of a better description -- the laws and principles of nature. Good and evil are human concepts that merely try to understand the Way...that is beyond complete human comprehension.
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