As introductions go, the opening to the Tao Te Ching must rank right up there as amongst the most enigmatic. ‘The Tao that can be spoken is not the universal Tao. The name that can be named is not the universal name.’ It’s immediately mysterious and alluring, and it’s exactly the sort of sentiment that […]
The only diamonds I need, Are the sparkles of sunlight on the lake. Its light through evening cloud, My only gold. Pearls and rubies from the earth, I will not take, My only truth, That which silence never told.