There was a man who studied the Dao for many years. He practiced Daoist meditation and came very close to the Dao on many occassions, often getting a glimpse. One day, in reading a passage from the scriptures, he began
Chapter 48 of the “Dao De Jing” Consider this passage from Laozi’s Classic “The Dao De Jing”: The follower of knowledge acquires as much as he can every day; The follower of Tao loses as much as he can every
The “Hua Hu Ching” is a collection of the oral teachings of Laozi, an ancient Daoist master and considered the founder of Daoism. The teachings in this book are laid out in chapter format, similar to the “Dao De Jing”.