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Refinement and tragedy: Myung-Wung Chung and the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra


Myung-Wung Chung is not the most flamboyant of conductors. But under his baton the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra were nothing less than electrifying. With two momentous staples of the concert repertoire and Unsuk Chin’s Šu, the SPO proved they are an orchestra to be taken seriously on the international stage. 7 more words

Classical Reviews

Wu Wei :: Who Am I When I’m in the Tai Chi State?

The 8th Century Persian poet Rumi seems to have the answer:

I am dust particles in sunlight.

I am the round sun.


To the bits of dust I say, … 133 more words

Tai Chi

Sometimes There is Nothing

I feel like I need to be looking for something or fixing something. A something that I’m not going to find; a something that I cannot fix.  27 more words


Yield to Overcome: The Power of Nonresistance > Eckhart Tolle

a message from Eckhart Tolle

Tuesday, 15 October, 2013  (posted 22 August, 2014)

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“Nonresistance doesn’t necessarily mean doing nothing. 40 more words

Review: The Tao of Writing by Ralph L. Wahlstrom

The Tao of Writing: Imagine. Create. Flow by Ralph L. Wahlstrom
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

One of the main components of Taoism is Wu Wei, to “do without doing” and let actions flow without any effort. 422 more words

My Works

Ima nade i da svi mi ostanemo srećni WUWEIovci i da Vučić ostane popularan . Da se manemo Wašingtona i Moskve i vratimo Titovoj „nesvrstanosti“. 101 more words


The Big Bang And Darwinism: Metaphysical Taoism Resurrected

This essay is an excerpt from the much longer revision of Taoist Creation Theory and examines the relevance of the scientific Big Bang Theory of Creation and Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution to the continued impact of Metaphysical Taoism in the modern world. 13,467 more words