What the Tao Tells Us About Enlightened People:
An examination of the 15th Chapter of the Tao te Ching
[Note the interesting conundrum of being "bit by a dead bee": Typically we get stung by a bee, and then it dies. But if you could be bit by a dead one, it would leave no mark since you couldn't have really been bit (or stung).]
The enlightened possess understanding So profound they can not be understood. Because they cannot be understood I can only describe their appearance.