Contemplations on the Tao Series

 First Taoist Contemplation: the Yielding and the Asserting

Second Taoist Contemplation: Wu-Wei (No Action) Principle

Third Taoist Contemplation: Strong Wind Does Not Last All Morning

Fourth Taoist Contemplation: Tao of Atheology

Fifth Taoist Contemplation: Military Advise

Sixth Taoist Contemplation: Lao-Tse as Life Coach

Seventh Taoist Contemplation: Nature as Echo in a Cave

Eighth Taoist Contemplation: The Landscape of the Soul

Ninth Taoist Contemplation: Control of Desires

Tenth Taoist Contemplation: Laissez Faire

Eleventh Taoist Contemplation: People Like the Side Paths

The Taoist Hedonism of Yang Chu

The above contemplations are based on the following two translations of the Tao Te Ching, by Lao-Tse.

DC Lau’s Translation
S Mitchell translation

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About Hiram

Hiram is an author from the north side of Chicago who has written for The Humanist, Occupy, Infidels, Ateistas de Puerto Rico, El Nuevo Dia, and other publications. His book Tending the Epicurean Garden (Humanist Press, 2014) is a contemporary and interdisciplinary introduction to Epicureanism. He earned a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies from NEIU.