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Poems in Ancient Chinese: Daniel Deleanu By LogoStar Press
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Poetry written in Ancient Chinese.
The Game of the Dragon: An Extension to the Tao Te Ching By Simon C.H. Lai
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The Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way, is an ancient Chinese text focused on the art of living and is broadly considered one of the wonders of the world. The Tao looks at the basic dilemma of being... More > alive and gives advice that imparts both stability and perception. Now, modern poet Simon C. H. Lai builds on the foundation of this groundbreaking work through poetic verse. The Game of the Dragon is a selection of new poems written as an extension to the Tao. This collection looks at the Tao in a different light, perhaps a darker light. In this collection, poet Lai explores the Tao and its symbols and encourages readers to consider its use in daily life. He utilizes the Tao to soothe emotions and hone peaceful patterns of behavior. The author’s inner peace and study of Lao Tzu’s masterwork will inspire readers to seek and do the same, fostering a more fulfilled life and kinder interactions with others.< Less
The Game of the Dragon: An Extension to the Tao Te Ching By Simon C. H. Lai
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The Tao Te Ching, or Book of the Way, is an ancient Chinese text focused on the art of living and is broadly considered one of the wonders of the world. The Tao looks at the basic dilemma of being... More > alive and gives advice that imparts both stability and perception. Now, modern poet Simon C. H. Lai builds on the foundation of this groundbreaking work through poetic verse. The Game of the Dragon is a selection of new poems written as an extension to the Tao. This collection looks at the Tao in a different light, perhaps a darker light. In this collection, poet Lai explores the Tao and its symbols and encourages readers to consider its use in daily life. He utilizes the Tao to soothe emotions and hone peaceful patterns of behavior. The author’s inner peace and study of Lao Tzu’s masterwork will inspire readers to seek and do the same, fostering a more fulfilled life and kinder interactions with others.< Less
The Softness of Water By Rebecca Beattie
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A collection of short stories and fairy tales for the young and the young at heart... The "Tao te Ching" is a collection of ancient Chinese writings, said to have been written by Lao Tzu... More > some 2,500 years ago. Lao Tzu (meaning "old master") was a contemporary of Confucious, and although the authorship of the Tao (Meaning "the Way") is sometimes disputed, the text itself is incredibly insightful and just as relevant to the human journey now as it was 2,500 years ago. For each of the stories in The Softness of Water one favourite verse was taken from the Tao as its inspiration, and a tale was woven to embody the meaning of that verse. The title, "The Softness of Water" comes from the 78th verse of the Tao which says, "Nothing in the world is softer and weaker than water, but for attacking the hard, unyielding, nothing can surpass it. There is nothing like it. The weak overcomes the strong. The soft surpasses the hard."< Less
The Illustrated Tao Te Ching: Laozi By James Legge et al.
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The Tao Te Ching or ‘Canon of the Way of Virtue' is a classical Chinese text generally dated to the 6th century BCE. It has traditionally been attributed to Laozi, the ‘Old Master', said... More > to have been a scribe at the court of the Zhou Dynasty. The actual date of the composition of the Tao Te Ching - now generally rendered Daodejing in Pinyin Romanisation - remains a matter of conjecture, though the oldest text discovered so far dates back to the 4th century BCE. An illustrated version of James Legge’s translation of the Tao Te Ching or ‘Canon of the Way of Virtue’, with an introduction to the ‘Old Master’ Laozi, and a short biography of Legge. 11,000 words, 88 high quality images.< Less
Meaning and Relatedness By Khepri Rising
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That which bestows value upon this book is not in the words, the stories, its lyric qualities, nor anything that anyone could say about it. Its precise meaning and value lies within you the reader,... More > and nowhere else. It is a question mark, an apostrophe, a space between words… it is the expression of life for living rather than written words for reading. It is neither to be understood nor misunderstood, unless it is both and neither. It is a fire that dances upon gilded water, and the calm toes that nimbly tip toe upon a line in a fire which is not; a fire that laughs but does not consume, that consumes but does not exhume. It is a solitary shining ray cut as a hue hewn seen but dimly through the solitary cell of a soul exhumed and marred yet as if a babe still hooked; a humble jolt stilted in lapsed time, transfigured and bare to the blemish of eternity. It is a rite of life, and as life is, it is what you make of it.< Less
Suh Do Kwan By Don Baird
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With his voice ringing out I hear Grandmaster Suh saying, "This guy, are you training hard?" And without regard to my answer, he would always respond, "Train harder." This was the... More > way it was: this was signature Mr. Suh. He was a Master of few words. I remember asking him, "Why do we punch with a bent elbow?" His response was a swift punch to my chest that left me on the floor about 8 feet away from him. His martial art lessons were different, though. He became open and would spend a great deal of time teaching life philosophy. He savored handing down these philosophies to his students and it showed in every class. This book, by letting him tell his story through his own words is not a book by me but a gift from him. He was brilliant. I believe this book, Suh Do Kwan, the Way of Suh, will reveal that on its own without further commentary.< Less
Meaning and Relatedness By Khepri Rising
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That which bestows value upon this book is not in the words, the stories, its lyric qualities, nor anything that anyone could say about it. Its precise meaning and value lies within you the reader,... More > and nowhere else. It is a question mark, an apostrophe, a space between words… it is the expression of life for living rather than written words for reading. It is neither to be understood nor misunderstood, unless it is both and neither. It is a fire that dances upon gilded water, and the calm toes that nimbly tip toe upon a line in a fire which is not; a fire that laughs but does not consume, that consumes but does not exhume. It is a solitary shining ray cut as a hue hewn seen but dimly through the solitary cell of a soul exhumed and marred yet as if a babe still hooked; a humble jolt stilted in lapsed time, transfigured and bare to the blemish of eternity. It is a rite of life, and as life is, it is what you make of it.< Less
Tao Te Ching By Travis DeTour
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Tao Te Ching written by Lao Tzu. Translated by Stanley Rosenthal. Designed by Travis DeTour.
The Tao of I By David Lloyd
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The Tao of I is an interpretation of the ancient Chinese text, the Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu from the perspective of the self.

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