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Defining the Tao

One of the most important spiritual works of all time is the “Tao Te Ching”, written by Chinese Master Lao Tzu.  All the information about this ancient Master (551-479 B.C.E.) is highly suspect. Even the meaning of his name is uncertain (the most likely interpretation “the Old Master). The only tangible evidence there is that he even existed is the tiny book of wisdom sayings that he left behind when he vanished, figuratively or literally as the legend goes.

Many masters since have interpreted the “Tao” which appears so often in the wisdom sayings. Some interpretations that seem to make sense are: “The Way”. “The Way of All Things”. The Way and How it Manifests in the World.”

From the “Tao Te Ching”:

“If men and women could remain centered in the Tao, all things would be in harmony, the world would become a paradise.  All people would be at peace, and the law would be written in their hearts.”

This Sunday’s talk will give you a proven path to the “Eternal Tao Consciousness”. Take this wisdom with you into the New Year.  It will make all the difference in the world.  

Sincerely,

Jack Groverland

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