365 Tao, Paperback Book
4 out of 5 (6 ratings)


An elegant daily meditation book with an environmental and Taoist perspective, "365 Tao" makes Taoism accessible and practical through a year's worth of daily poetic aphorisms and teachings in clear, contemporary language.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Taoism
  • ISBN: 9780062502230



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Beautiful daily companion to explore one's life through the lenses of Tao.

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A helpful meditation device. Each day's entry presents a short parable drawn from Taoist teachings. Even if this is not your religion of choice (disclosure: I am Buddhist, not Taoist), or even if you are atheist, the nature of the of writings can bring you to personal reflection or mindful attention.

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I love this book to pieces, even though I haven't read even half of it so far. It gives an easy, day by day way to keep tao in your life and gives you just a little bit to consider each day. The texts are short, just a page, and perfect for any 5 to 10 minute break, you'll never have the excuse of not having time to read it. It's simple enough to have meaning in our modern life, yet it clearly reflects the philosophy of Tao. Masterpiece.

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Essential, inspirational book for my daily meditations. It's the one I would take to my desert island; if I could only take one!

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This is a great book to get you thinking each day. There is a word for each day as well as a short description or thoughts on the word. I like to read the word and try to apply it to my life or my hobbies or something. Although, the title has Tao in it, I think this is a good book for people of any religion as well as people with no religion. The words are just regular words with interesting anecdotes. Good way to get in touch with your own basic spirituality, whatever form that takes..

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