Once upon a time in ancient China, there was a sage widely regarded for his wisdom. One day, he was passing by a village when it began to rain. He went into the village to seek shelter, and that’s when Continue reading The Sad Lady
During the Warring States period, there was a man by the name of Feng Xuan who lived in the Qi Kingdom. He was poor and had no viable prospects, so he went to the palace of the wealthy duke, Lord Continue reading Purchasing Yi
The highest virtue resembles water. This is a concept that many of us have encountered in Tao cultivation, but what does it mean? What exactly are the virtues associated with water, and how do we emulate water to manifest more of them Continue reading The Seven Virtues of Water
Once upon a time in the Warring States period, the King of Wei was angered when he learned that the King of Chi had betrayed their alliance. Desiring revenge for this betrayal, he wanted to send an assassin to kill the Continue reading Epic Battles
Chuang Tzu’s friend, Hui Tzu, had become the Minister in the Kingdom of Liang. He hadn’t been in touch with Chuang Tzu for quite some time, possibly due to his many duties and busy schedule, so Chuang Tzu thought it Continue reading The Dead Rat
Once, Chuang Tzu visited the land of Lu and was invited to the palace by its ruler. They spoke for a while, and the topic of learning came up. With much pride, the King said: “In my land, we have Continue reading Scholarly Attire
Once upon a time in ancient China, there was an unusual bird from the sea that landed in the countryside. It was large and beautiful, resembling the legendary phoenix. People called it the Sea Bird. Rumors about it spread like Continue reading The Sea Bird
One day, a scholar by the name of Donguozi asked Chuang Tzu: “That which we call the Tao — where is it?” The two of them were outside, and Chuang Tzu said: “Everywhere. There is no place where the Tao Continue reading Where is the Tao?