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Stuck. In search of Wu-Wei.

“The paradox of Wu-Wei arises…”

The phone rings. I glance at my watch. 5:20 p.m.

We have a problem. We need your help.

Just one time, one time, it would be nice to get a different script at the end of the day. 1,001 more words



I am wealthy beyond my wildest dreams. My kitchen has more food than I could eat in a week. Outside my windows is a symphony of bird song. 431 more words


Story of a circle

Life is a walk in the forest, but the walk is a large circle. When we are not mindful, we circle again and again without realizing it. 123 more words

Tao Te Ching: stop being holy

All we really need to do, I sometimes think, is read a good translation of the Tao Te Ching, like the rather free-handed one by Ursula K. 210 more words

Good things turn up when you're not looking for it

I have always loved the word ‘Serendipity’- a joyful confluence of unexpected but desirable outcomes and good luck. In my previous post, I shared how I was on a long holiday and how I was (desperately) seeking inspiration for new ideas and ventures. 665 more words

Meaningful Life

WordPress Top 20 Most Popular Themes (reportedly)

Top twenty most popular themes as of 4/6/2014, according to WordPress.  They don’t say how many of these are actually used in active blogs.  Who knows how many are used in dead or inactive blogs?  271 more words


March 28, 2014

Lao-Tzu was an ancient Chinese philosopher during the Zhou Dynasty. He is regarded as the founder of Taoism, and is revered as a Deity in the religion. 595 more words