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There is No Road by Antonio Machado
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Sep 04, 08

Recommended for: poets, Taoists, thinkers.
Read in August, 2008

I wasn't familiar with Antonio Machado's work until I interviewed the translators, Mary Berg and Dennis Maloney, for my radio show.

This little pocket volume is a collection of various meditative proverbs by Antonio Machado. It is a wonderful little collection to just carry with you, dip into, and think about--almost like reading chapters of the Tao te Ching.

One of my favorite proverbs:


Man has four things
that are no good at sea;
anchor, rudder, oars,
and the fear of going down.


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