The Creative Tao

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Humanics Trade, 1997 - Philosophy - 166 pages
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Be inspired to discover and explore new facets of your innate creative potential, while remaining stress-free and focused. Our everyday creative achievements define our individual and unique way of living, which is our creative Tao. Poetic and insightful, this sensitive and understanding interpretation of the Tao shows us how to transform creativity in art into creativity in living. Unveil the creativity dwelling inside you.

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About the author (1997)

Pamela Metz lives in Denver, Colorado, where she served as Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Denver, as well as the associate dean of academic and student affairs for the Graduate School of Social Work.  She holds degrees in education and social work from the Illinois State University, the University of Denver, and the University of Colorado.  A teacher of a vast array of subjects, her 30 year career spans university settings, public and private schools, and the innovative University Without Walls.  She has worked as an elementary teacher, hospice social worker, and educational administrator.  On all of these paths, the wisdom of the Tao has been her guide:  letting go, following natural cycles, and trusting the processes.

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