Tag Archives: Chuang Tzu

Of Fish and Butterflies

Two fun Taoism tales to share: Happy Fish Zhuangzi and Huizi were strolling along the dam of the Hao Waterfall when Zhuangzi said, “See how the minnows come out and dart around where they please! That’s what fish really enjoy!” … Continue reading

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The Pooh Way

Over the past few weeks, in between reading fiction, I have been enjoying The Tao of Pooh, a lovely little 1982 book by Benjamin Hoff, depicting Taoism via the eyes of Pooh Bear. In it, in a chapter titled The … Continue reading

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That ever shifting mid-point

Contemplating my advanced age, I was thinking that maybe it’s about time I should have a mid-life crisis. My thoughts carried me back to pre-historic times. During the Stone Age, and into the Ages that followed, the average life expectancy … Continue reading

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