Contemplations on the Tao Series

 First Taoist Contemplation: the Yielding and the Asserting

Second Taoist Contemplation: Wu-Wei (No Action) Principle

Third Taoist Contemplation: Strong Wind Does Not Last All Morning

Fourth Taoist Contemplation: Tao of Atheology

Fifth Taoist Contemplation: Military Advise

Sixth Taoist Contemplation: Lao-Tse as Life Coach

Seventh Taoist Contemplation: Nature as Echo in a Cave

Eighth Taoist Contemplation: The Landscape of the Soul

Ninth Taoist Contemplation: Control of Desires

Tenth Taoist Contemplation: Laissez Faire

Eleventh Taoist Contemplation: People Like the Side Paths

The above contemplations are based on the following two translations of the Tao Te Ching, by Lao-Tse.

DC Lau’s Translation
S Mitchell translation

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