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A Taoist Quote


The softest of all things can overcome the hardest of all things…” – from Ch. 43 of the Tao Te Ching


Dao De Jing XXI

The Heart of Emptiness

All the innumerable forms of teh correspond to the norm of Tao, but the nature of the Tao’s activity is infinitely abstract and illusive…


“Do you have the patience to wait until your mud settles and the water is clear?”
― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching


When do we know enough is enough ?

       With Tao under heaven  <天下有道>

There is no greater calamity 

                                       Than not knowing what is enough.

There is no greater fault 

                                            Than (excess) desire for success. 52 more words

Dead Poets Society

“Before death takes away what you are given, give away what there is to give.”



Death has an interesting way of affecting people; it requires a vigilance of negative thoughts, as well as a means to express yourself to work through it. 882 more words

Everyday Spirituality

Your Yin Yang Mind and Inner Child

How to identify when your Yang Inner Child is affecting you emotions, thoughts, words and actions and life purpose and potential.

How to uncover and explore the childhood circumstances that have created your Yang Inner-Child.

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A Fall of Self Exploration

If you were to take a look at my nightstand you’d never know that I’m wading into a period of self exploration. But if you were to peak into my electronic readers well they would tell a decidedly different story. 533 more words