Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare: A Chinese Daughter Reflects on Happiness, Spiritual Beliefs and Universal Wisdom

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HarperCollins, 2001 - China - 248 pages
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Author of bestselling 'Falling Leaves' weaves together for the same audience her own personal experiences with the best of Chinese philosophy.

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Review: Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare: A Chinese Daughter Reflects on Happiness, Spiritual Beliefs and Universal

User Review  - Denise Cooper - Goodreads

This book was just nice to read if you have not read Yen Mah's Falling Leaves. Because i had read Falling Leaves it was almost like an extention of because she mentioned it a few times or at least ... Read full review

Review: Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare: A Chinese Daughter Reflects on Happiness, Spiritual Beliefs and Universal

User Review  - Cheryl Sharkey - Goodreads

I thought this was a bio- and it was a little bit, but mostly it was an insiders view of Tao te ching and how it works- interesting Read full review

Contents

Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare
1
Hidden and Nameless Tao
29
Do Not Do to Others What You Do
43
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About the author (2001)

Adeline Yen Mah was born in Tianjin, studied in London, and now works and lives in California. She is married with two children.

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