Lao Tzu

Tao Te Ching (with commentary)

The Tao Te Ching is one of the world's oldest and most treasured pieces of literature. Written around 2,500 years ago by the enigmatic Lao Tzu, its timeless wisdom and transformative message remain every bit as relevant today. The text, presented here in its entirety, includes commentary on all 81 verses. Through his subtle and poetic words, Lao Tzu explores the workings of the cosmos and the essential nature of mankind, offering a way of living that brings us back into the harmonious flow of the natural world.
114 printed pages
Original publication


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    Paul Eskekildehas quoted4 years ago
    According to Lao Tzu, what keeps us fixated on objects is desire. Desire obscures our perception and keeps us locked in a ceaseless mode of acquisition and attainment. By keeping desire in check, our mind and senses relax
    DDhas quoted2 months ago
    And the mystery itself
    is the doorway to all understanding.
    DDhas quoted2 months ago
    The nameless is the eternally Real.

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