Flowing Along the Way: Lessons from the Tao te Ching

“True goodness is like water. Water’s good for everything. It doesn’t compete. It goes right to the low, loathesome places, and so finds the way.” –Lao Tsu, translated by Urusula K. LeGuin Thousands of years ago in China, during a time of political and social upheaval, a small volume was written to help people find the way in uncertain times. Today, in a similar period of upheaval, this volume’s paradoxical wisdom can still help us find our way.

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