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Book Review-Tao Te Ching (Lao Tsu) Translated by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English

The Tao Te Ching was written  by Lao Tsu (Lao Tzu) around 6th century BC. The Tao translated from Chinese to English is  “Way.”  This English translation by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English is the first translation I purchased. 322 more words

Book Reviews Eastern Philosophy

Water: Antidote to Ego

“I look upon the ego as nothing more than an idea that each of us has about ourselves. The ego is only an illusion, but a very influential one. 1,281 more words

Thoughts

XXI - "The way and the way only"

In his every movement a man of great virtue

Follows the way and the way only.

As a thing the way is

Shadowy, indistinct.

Indistinct and shadowy, 127 more words

Philosophy And Politics

The Other Me

I realized this week that the person I most often compare myself to doesn’t exist. More importantly, she never will—at least not in this universe. 344 more words

Life

XX - "I alone am different from the others"

Exterminate learning and there will no longer be worries.

Between yea and nay

How much difference is there?

Between good and evil

How great is the distance? 221 more words

Poems

The Tao of Bitcoin

For the past 2.5 months, I have set aside everything, trying to fix my on health. I found out likely I had a predicament called adrenal fatigue. 382 more words

Philosophy

Curated: A List of the Most Influential Books in Overcoming My Social Anxiety

Overcoming social anxiety was not an easy road for me. It took years for me to be able to go out into public or be in close proximity with people and not have my hands sweat or heart race. 932 more words

Mind