Tag Archives: Tao Te Ching

A Year of the Tao – Day 122

“With the slaughter of multitudes, we have grief and sorrow.  Every victory is a funeral; when you win a war, you celebrate by mourning.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching) … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 63

“If you need rules to be kind and just, if you act virtuous, this is a sure sign that virtue is absent.  Thus we see the great hypocrisy.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 58

“Knowing the constant gives perspective. This perspective is impartial. Impartiality is the highest nobility. The highest nobility is Divine.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching)  “Do you walk to school … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 56

“Things flourish each by each, only to return to the Source…to what is and what is to be.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching) Maybe you’ve seen this before, however, … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 52

“The muddiest water clears as it is stilled.  And out of that stillness life arises.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching) I recently received some feedback in my personal life … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 51

“Open yourself to the Tao and trust your natural responses…then everything will fall into place.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching) Let’s compare and contrast this verse with the one … Continue reading

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A Year of the Tao – Day 50

“The ancient masters were profound and subtle. Their wisdom was unfathomable.” (From A New Way of Thinking, A New Way of Being Experiencing the Tao Te Ching) There’s another un-word.  According to my faithful reader, Bob, this is one of those … Continue reading

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