Tao Te Ching
Annotated & Explained
by Derek Lin
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The enduring wisdom of the Tao Te Ching can become a companion for your own spiritual journey.
Reportedly written by a sage named Lao Tzu over 2,500 years ago, the Tao Te Ching is one of the most succinctand yet among the most profoundspiritual texts ever written. Short enough to read in an afternoon, subtle enough to study for a lifetime, the Tao Te Ching distills into razor-sharp poetry centuries of spiritual inquiry into the Taothe Way of the natural world around us that reveals the ultimate organizing principle of the universe.
Derek Lins insightful commentary, along with his new translation from the original Chinesea translation that sets a whole new standard for accuracywill inspire your spiritual journey and enrich your everyday life. It highlights the Tao Te Chings insights on simplicity, balance, and learning from the paradoxical truths you can see all around you: finding strength through flexibility (because bamboo bends, it is tough to break); achieving goals by transcending obstacles (water simply flows around rocks on its way to the sea); believing that small changes bring powerful results (a sapling, in time, grows into a towering tree).
Now you can experience the wisdom and power of Lao Tzus words even if you have no previous knowledge of the Tao Te Ching. SkyLight Illuminations provides insightful yet unobtrusive commentary that describes helpful historical background, explains the Tao Te Chings poetic imagery, and elucidates the ancient Taoist wisdom that will speak to your life today and energize your spiritual quest.
Derek Lin is director of Tao Studies at the Great Tao Foundation of America and is an active speaker and educator on the Tao Te Ching and Tao spirituality. He also serves as webmaster of www.taoism.net, a leading resource for the Tao on the Internet.
- SkyLight Paths Publishing, November 2006
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