Chapter 46: Disciple Rules
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Aspiring to the Immortal Path Chapter 46: Disciple Rules

Translated by: Hypersheep325
Edited by: Michyrr

Inside the eight-sided pavilion next to Little Bright Lake, Tang Jie wiped the blood from the corner of his lips. "I'm fine. It's just that I recklessly attempted to experience that ancient battle and was struck by the Dao Will inside the stele, which injured me. I really didn't think that the Dao Will in the Heavenly Dao Stele would still be so vicious after one thousand years."

Wei Tianchong looked at him in disbelief. "You mentioned some Heavenly Dao Law Wheel just now. You couldn't have already comprehended the Dao, right?"

Tang Jie burst out in laughter. "Comprehend the Dao? Comprehend the Dao? You actually have to comprehend something to be considered as comprehending the Dao. Young Master, does it look like I comprehended anything?"

Wei Tianchong scratched his head. "That's true, and you don't seem to have changed. Besides, the cultivation world has spells, arts, divine connections, and Daos. Since Daos are the highest level, you should have to go up step by step. How could it be possible to enter the Dao before even training in Immortal arts?"

There was nothing wrong about what he had said. The Dao couldn't be comprehended at the drop of a hat. Without the appropriate strength, trying to comprehend the Dao was like being an elementary school student trying to watch international news. They could understand all the words, but they didn't understand the meaning.

What he didn't know was that Tang Jie wasn't comprehending the Dao, but observing the Dao.

The Heavenly Dao was ever-changing. Mortals normally weren't able to see it, and only on certain lucky occasions could they glimpse the turning of the Heavenly Dao Law Wheel.

Comprehending the Dao was like reading a book and learning characters, and observing the Dao could be considered like getting one's foot into the door. Only by observing the Dao could one proceed to comprehending the Dao, and there were no conditions to getting one's foot into the door.

Tang Jie had inadvertently glimpsed the turning of the Heavenly Dao, and though it had only been a brief glimpse, it had left a deep mark on his heart. At that moment, he at least knew what the Heavenly Dao was and had a most directly perceived impression of it. This impression wasn't something that could be described or imagined through the Heavenly Dao Law Wheel. It was a sensation that was buried deeply in the mind, which could only be felt and not described. Trying to talk about it would only result in gobbledygook!

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Translator Notes

Tang Jie has high hopes for his young master! That being said, who's the actual young master in this relationship?

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