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Category Archives: Tao
The Moment is a Sword
The Stillness in Movement
Strike a Chord of Silence
Appearance And Reality
Nothing in the world is softer and weaker than water. Yet there is nothing better for subduing all that is harder and stronger. Everyone observes how weak overcomes strong, how gentleness overcomes rigidity. Yet, this principle is seldom put into … Continue reading
The Fool on the Hill
Beatles / The Sword in The Stone
Visions of a Peaceful Planet
Confucius and Lao Tzu
Chinese culture and philosophy is primarily based upon the teachings of Confucius, Lao Tzu and Buddha (Siddhatha Gautama). Lao Tzu and Confucius had quite different perspectives, though both taught very enlightening philosophies, which have indeed benefitted anyone who has studied … Continue reading
So Easy To Understand And Practice!
The Great Integrity is so easy to understand, and so easy to practice. Yet it is not understood. Nor is it practiced. It is not understood because people’s heads are filled with 10,000 trivia and rationalizations, leaving no space for … Continue reading