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Wu Wei: the blasphemy of ‘non doing’

“Industrious people build industry. Lazy people create civilization.” – Kaz Tanahashi Shocking, isn't it? And profound as well. The idea and practice of not doing is truly blasphemous in our do-aholic, workaholic culture. I mean, think 'not doing' and notice... Continue Reading →

Standing Still, Taking Stock, and the Queen of Disks

"My Life Came to a Standstill..." That's what Leo Tolstoy wrote in his Confessions about the period in his life when his old priorities and accomplishments no longer held meaning for him, but a new sense of meaning and authenticity... Continue Reading →

Kintsukuroi: Broken Places are Golden

I admit, the sheer beauty of some of these words calls me to them and inspires me into their mysteries! Kismet, Wabi Sabi, Wu Wei (the art of non-doing), Haelu and Kintsukuroi, for example. Each has its own mystery, its own invitation... Continue Reading →

Water Teacher: In the Faith and Flow of It

"Let the stream follow its course, it will know the way among the mountains. Watch, and it will lead you to the ocean with gentle certainty -- unforced. Have faith in your direction." David M. Bell, Spirit of Nature: The... Continue Reading →

Get Lost (in the Tao Magic of ‘Not Doing’)

Things have a way of arriving or arising in batches. Ask a genuine question, and watch (if you're observant) various answers or clues popping up in different ways as you go through a given day or week. That's Spirit's fascinating way... Continue Reading →

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