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Tao Te Ching

Lao Tzu

A lucid translation of the well-known Taoist classic by a leading scholar-now in a Shambhala Pocket Library edition. Written more than two thousand years ago, the Tao Teh Ching, or -The Classic of the Way and Its Virtue, - is one of the true classics of the world of spiritual literature. Traditionally attributed to the legendary -Old Master, - Lao ...
Publish Date
2020
April 28
First Published in 600
Goodreads rating
4.29
ISBN
9780399512988
Recommendations
11
Recommendations
Inspired my study of softness and receptivity as a counterpoint to my mad passions.      source
Jun 21, 2009
My personal religious philosophy, stressing the rightness of what is, if only we can accept it. Most people who know me have heard me quote from this book. -Seeing as how nothing is outside the vast, wide-meshed net of heaven, who is there to say just how it is cast?      source
I find those verses which were the sole output of this philosopher to be remarkably right on.      source
Always what you need to read at that particular period of time. It’s a magic book, in that way, in that it always fits.      source
Hugely just unbelievable deep.      source
Selected Books for the Manual for Civilization      source
Jul 15, 2020
A few books that have influenced me - 1. Personal Finance: Rich Dad, Poor Dad 2. Trading: Trading in the Zone 3. Mindfulness: The Power of Now 4. Philosophy: Letters from a Stoic, Tao Te Ching 5. Read Anytime: A Book of Simple Living      source
Once you get to a certain level, it’s like, wow.      source
The author's depth of teachings are complicated to decode and provide foundations for wisdom.      source
I remember reading it and being like okay, this makes no sense. But you just keep reading it again and again and slowly, I started to get the point of it.      source
Oftentimes before meditation, I’ll just open Tao Te Ching randomly to a page and read about something and then just have that be what I steep in as I sit.      source