Matching Yu looks at questions kids ask about adoption, and how people don't have to "match" on the outside to be family. It's a story about a Chinese adoption in particular, but with... More > universal themes about adoption and identity, quoting Scripture and including a poem about the power and strength inherent in adoption.< Less
It is a big Step to WakeUp to What IS Real Now. We know this and We are here to assist YU to Become MoreAware. It is not as scary as so many 'Think' as they are Seeing for the first time what is... More > really taking place with this world and also their RealAwareniss. LifeIS all about a Gradual Awakening of Becoming MoreAware, and so much moreso than just what we are experiencing with our physical bodies and the faculties we have. Life does make sense and it is up to each one of us to make sense of What Really IS Real. We are all on 'An Adventure Like No Other' once we learn to See this and Go Beyond all the Created Systems that only 'Look Good' to our eyes. These 'Created Things' had their place, but there is So Much More to explore and discover and it is all in YU Now! YU can learn to See Life Now by doing The NU-U Sessions and Watching Your DreamVisions. By doing so, YU Now have RealGuidance and a RealEducation with Life. Have Fun Deciding! www.DuaneTheGreatWriter.info< Less
Hán Yù, (768—824),
sometimes called Han Changli,
was born in Nanyang, Henan, China,
was a precursor of Neo-Confucianism
as well as an essayist and poet,
during the Tang... More > dynasty.
The Indiana Companion calls him
"comparable in stature to Dante,
Shakespeare or Goethe" for his
influence on the Chinese literary tradition.
He stood for strong central authority
in politics and orthodoxy in cultural matters.
An orphan, he went to Chang’an in 786,
but needed four attempts to pass the jinshi exam,
finally succeeding in 791.
In the last few years of the 8th. Century,
he began to form the literary circle
which spread his influence so widely.
He gained his first central government position
in 802, but was soon exiled.< Less