Laotze: The Tao Teh King

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Religion - 200 pages
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A new translation with introduction and commentary. This work is a translation of the celebrated work of the Chinese sage about the simple life. It is relation to our principles of life rather than our common activities that the simple life gains its greatest meaning and value. The simple life is not always the simple way.

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Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher, was a native of Chu, a southern state during the Zhou dynasty. His birth and death dates are uncertain. He is considered to be the founder of Taoism. According to legend, Lao Tzu set out on a journey to leave China. At the border, he was asked by a border guard to record his teachings. These teachings were compiled into what we know as the Tao-te-Ching, translated as the Classic of the Way and Virtue.

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