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Everyday Tao by Ming-Dao Deng
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Jul 10, 08

Read in July, 2008

No, I didn't read this book in one day. It's not a book to read chronologically; rather, it provides an incredibly long list of conflicts, emotional states, etc., with Taoist approaches to resolving and/or dealing with them. I've read a few currently-applicable entries and found them to be most helpful. Again, not a book to read cover to cover but to keep at your side and, if you have big pockets, there, too, if you're good at cramming.

Disclaimer: I do not read anything proposing easy solutions in five to twelve steps regarding how to be happy or successful or anything else. I can burn my money and save space.

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