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Exquisite translation/rendering of one of the finest esoteric texts ever penned. One to read over and over throughout one's life.Published 11 months ago by Gavin G. Dillard
I finally skipped the first part as Ms. Wong suggested. What I found was awe inspiring.Published 18 months ago by A. F. Nazar
full of charming stories about the dao and how it relates to our everyday world - loved it - read it 5 timesPublished on December 31, 2012 by T h e C r i t i c - y e a h , r i g h t
I'm still not done with the book but so far it's reminiscent of both the other more common Daoist texts, i.e. Dao de jing and Zhuang zi. Read morePublished on June 19, 2011 by Alizais
i was looking for a good taoist book after reading the tao te ching. and i found it in this one, this has a lot of short stories with differnt meanings. Read morePublished on September 3, 2010 by cmbaye01