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If he had only mounted on the truth of Heaven and Earth, ridden the changes of the six breaths, and thus wandered through the boundless, then what would he have had to depend on?

Therefore, I say, the Perfect Man has no self; the Holy Man has no merit; the Sage has no fame. Watson 19) He said that there is a Holy Man living on faraway [姑射] Ku-she Mountain, with skin like ice or snow, and gentle and shy like a young girl.

As far as the search for good fortune went, he didn't fret and worry.

He escaped the trouble of walking, but he still had to depend on something to get around.

The oldest recorded xiān character 僊 has a xiān ("rise up; ascend") phonetic supposedly because immortals could "ascend into the heavens".

They are immune to heat and cold, untouched by the elements, and can fly, mounting upward with a fluttering motion.Two linguistic hypotheses for the etymology of xian involve Arabic and Sino-Tibetan languages.Wu and Davis (194) suggested the source was jinn, or jinni "genie" (from Arabic جني jinnī).Since, "to live for a long time" has no etymological relation to xian, it may be a later accretion." The 121 CE Shuowen Jiezi, the first important dictionary of Chinese characters, does not enter 仙 except in the definition for 偓佺 (Wò Quán "name of an ancient immortal").It defines 僊 as "live long and move away" and 仚 as "appearance of a person on a mountaintop".