Retiring Well and Wisely Statue

Retiring Well and Wisely Statue

#UL2682 $39.95

In the sixth century BC, Chinese philosopher Lao-Tzu retired from his post as royal archivist, eager to trade the pressures of court for a life of leisure and personal freedom. Only then, after his official duties were done, was he able to write the Tao-Te-Ching, a masterpiece of spiritual wisdom. Our Retiring Well and Wisely Statue - which depicts Lao-Tzu on both sides and bears the charge to "Do the work and let it go" - celebrates the opportunities waiting beyond the working world. Handcrafted of pewter, the 2¾"-tall statue also conceals a tightly rolled scroll recounting the story of Lao-Tzu. What a thoughtful keepsake for someone saying goodbye to the daily grind and embarking upon an exciting new chapter in life! (Made in the U.S.A.)

(UL2682) Retiring Well and Wisely Statue

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