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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 →

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 →

To see clearly, let the murk settle …

"We cannot see our reflection in running water. It is only in still water that we can see." - Taoist Proverb I've always found calm, and sometimes clarity, too, in these very Taoist, natural-element bits of wisdom, especially water-related ones.... 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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