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  • The 1.2.0 release has support for all known OpenGL extensions at this time, as well as extensive improvements to Tao.Sdl and Tao.Ode. The mono and .NET builds are not yet interchangeable; please download a specific build for either the mono runtime or the win32 .NET runtime. — “Tao - Mono”, mono-
  • The pronunciation is wrong. tao is pronounced dao. "The way", "The Path", "The Flow" are some ways to describe what tao means. It originates from a. — “Urban Dictionary: tao”,
  • Tao definition, (in philosophical Taoism) that in virtue of which all things happen or exist. See more. — “Tao | Define Tao at ”,
  • tao. Indicative present connegative form of takoa. Second person singular imperative Nonstandard spelling of tào. [edit] Usage notes. English transcriptions of Chinese speech often fail to distinguish between the critical tonal. — “tao - Wiktionary”,
  • About the Tao, Lao Tzu and yin and yang. Includes Tao Te Ching translation, illustrated explanation, history, and Chinese cultural notes, screen saver, theme and wallpaper. — “About the Tao”,
  • Tao Acupuncture Clinic Services, Oranmore Galway Ireland, who provide full acupuncture services including dealing with addictions which includes food and drug, alcohol and many others. Pain, ailments, including back pain and head aches. — “Tao Acupuncture Clinic”, tao.ie
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  • Tao (道, pinyin: dào (help·info) ) is a metaphysical concept originating in Taoism that has been adopted in Confucianism, Chan (Zen) Buddhism and more broadly in East Asian religions and ancient Chinese philosophy. Tao is intrinsically related to the concepts yin and yang, where. — “Tao - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Temple dedicated to enlightenment and spirituality using Lao Tzu principles of Taoism. Includes philosophy/religion of the Tao, martial arts, Chi Quong, and meditation. — “Center of Traditional Taoist Studies”,
  • Tao Garden is one of the leading Holistic Health Spas in the world. Mantak Chia welcomes you to this beautiful and enchanting Garden, set in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. — “Tao Garden Health Resort”, tao-
  • The Tao Nightclub is a 10,000 square foot nightclub located in Tao at the Venetian. For the Las Vegas outpost, there is an outside terrace with Strip views, 3 Full Service Bars, Two main rooms playing a variety of hip hop, house & rock n roll. — “TAO Las Vegas”,
  • Teachings on Taoism and related topics like tao, yin-yang, wu, wu-wei, and the I-ching. Includes online courses There's also a bookstore listing a selection of the most recommended Taoist books, such as the Tao-te ching. — “Taoism Initiation Page”,
  • The ACE ORB is a freely available and standards-compliant real-time implementation of CORBA for C++. [Open Source]. — “Real-time CORBA with TAO (The ACE ORB)”, cs.wustl.edu
  • TAO Las Vegas Night Club Passes. is your #1 source for TAO Admission and Front of the Line Passes. Search for TAO and all Las Vegas Nightclubs!. — “TAO Las Vegas Night Club and VIP Passes - Las Vegas”,
  • Recommended Tao books. Tao Te Ching Chuan Tsu - Inner Chapters. These books are considered to be the best English translations by most. Opening the Dragon Gate - The Making of a Modern Taoist Wizard - Kaiguo Chen. Presented as a The Tao that can be followed is not the eternal Tao. The name that. — “Tao Te Ching”,
  • Get to the front of the line at Tao and other Las Vegas nightclubs with . — “Tao at The Venetian | ”,
  • Tao n. In Taoism, the basic, eternal principle of the universe that transcends reality and is the source of being, non-being, and change. — “Tao: Definition from ”,
  • Healing Tao Books Products by Master Mantak Chia from Universal Healing Tao official site. Universal Healing Tao Books Products by Master Mantak Chia with new lates version from Universal Healing Tao official site. — “Master Mantak Chia Books Products”, healing-
  • Asian bistro which specializes in Hong Kong Chinese, Japanese, and Thai cuisines. Now with locations in Manhattan and at The Venetian in Las Vegas. — “Tao Restaurant”,
  • Бесплатная служба для создания блога. Информация о функциях системы. Условия предоставления услуг. — “Blogger: Create your free Blog”,

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  • Tao te Ching (pt.1) 1 The tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao The name that can be named is not the eternal Name. The unnamable is the eternally real. Naming is the origin of all particular things. Free from desire, you realize the mystery. Caught in desire, you see only the manifestations. Yet mystery and manifestations arise from the same source. This source is called darkness. Darkness within darkness. The gateway to all understanding. 2 When people see some things as beautiful, other things become ugly. When people see some things as good, other things become bad. Being and non-being create each other. Difficult and easy support each other. Long and short define each other. High and low depend on each other. Before and after follow each other. Therefore the Master acts without doing anything and teaches without saying anything. Things arise and she lets them come; things disappear and she lets them go. She has but doesn't possess, acts but doesn't expect. When her work is done, she forgets it. That is why it lasts forever. 3 If you overesteem great men, people become powerless. If you overvalue possessions, people begin to steal. The Master leads by emptying people's minds and filling their cores, by weakening their ambition and toughening their resolve. He helps people lose everything they know, everything they desire, and creates confusion in those who think that they know. Practice not-doing, and everything will fall into place. 4 The Tao is like a well used but ...
  • Hurt - Fighting Tao (New Song) & Lyrics. Goodbye to the Machine out April 7th. New song from Hurt Lyrics: If I'd've known it is the only time I would see your face Then we'd celebrate When I'm alone living is only time Till I see your face Though it's not today When I'm alone it is the only time I will see your face When I'm desperate Now I'm alone building my holy shrine Where I'll see your face And then contemplate If everything that's new is a lie It's that same damn morning And the same damn sky All I do brings me close to you Whatever you'd ask me to Though I can't take back what's taken from me All I see becomes a part of me And even if you don't believe Well I'll see you where the river meets us Fighting the tide that takes me home Only dreaming of the day When the world will go away A world that's full of pain We fight the fight so that might know the fear of our mortality If you breathe between the waves You will end up in a lake All I do brings me close to you Whatever you'd ask me to Though I can't take back what's taken from me All I see becomes a part of me And even if you don't believe I'll see you where the river takes me [Violin Solo] And everything that's new is a lie It's that same damn sun In the same damn sky And everything you thought you knew is a lie God bless you son At least you tried All I do brings me close to you Whatever you'd ask me to So I can't take back what's taken from me All I see becomes a part of me And even if you won't believe Well I'll see you where the river takes me All I do (Just brings me close to you ...
  • Dead Prez Summertime music video directed by Tao Ruspoli Dead Prez Summertime music video directed by Tao Ruspoli See Stic and M1 of Dead Prez in Tao Ruspoli's new feature film, Behind the Wheel: Please remember to comment, rate and subscribe!
  • Buakaw vs Sun Tao (1/2) Part 2: One of the first Muay Thai vs Chinese San Da competitions from around 2000. These series of competitions were introduced so both Chinese and Thai fighters could benefit from learning from each other. From this Chinese professional San Da has introduced some knee strike training and Muay Thai in Thailand have introduced some throw training. (Welter Weight) The Thai fighter is a professional fighter The Chinese fighter is a San Da athlete from Shan Dong province. As a sign of respect and friendship Chinese fighters waited for Thai fighters to finish their Wai Khru.
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  • The Tao te Ching (pt. 3) 21 The Master keeps her mind always at one with the Tao; that is what gives her her radiance. The Tao is ungraspable. How can her mind be at one with it? Because she doesn't cling to ideas. The Tao is dark and unfathomable. How can it make her radiant? Because she lets it. Since before time and space were, the Tao is. It is beyond is and is not. How do I know this is true? I look inside myself and see. 22 If you want to become whole, let yourself be partial. If you want to become straight, let yourself be crooked. If you want to become full, let yourself be empty. If you want to be reborn, let yourself die. If you want to be given everything, give everything up. The Master, by residing in the Tao, sets an example for all beings. Because he doesn't display himself, people can see his light. Because he has nothing to prove, people can trust his words. Because he doesn't know who he is, people recognize themselves in him. Because he has no goad in mind, everything he does succeeds. When the ancient Masters said, "If you want to be given everything, give everything up," they weren't using empty phrases. Only in being lived by the Tao can you be truly yourself. 23 Express yourself completely, then keep quiet. Be like the forces of nature when it blows, there is only wind; when it rains, there is only rain; when the clouds pass, the sun shines through. If you open yourself to the Tao, you are at one with the Tao and you can embody it completely. If you open ...
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  • The Tao of Kung Fu #2- "All creatures are one with nature." In this clip from the pilot episode, young Caine is being instructed by Master Kan on the unity of all things. In the Shaolin tradition, harmony between mind and body is achieved by reflecting the grace seen in the animal kingdom. Master Kan reminds us that discord is something only known to man; since in nature there is only ever harmony between the species. This video was taken from the 1970's TV series 'Kung Fu' (Created by Ed Spielman, Herman Miller and Jerry Thorpe). It is essentially an American Western set in the latter half of the 1800's, with an Eastern hero who has neither a gun or a horse. The story follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine); a nature loving Shaolin priest, who had recently fled China. He speaks softly but is no pushover. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. Each episode also takes the viewer back to Caine's childhood in the Shaolin temple. It is here under the instruction of the wonderfully charismatic Master Po (Keye Luke) and the stern yet loving Master Kan (Philip Ahn), young Caine (Radames Pera / Keith Carradine) learns the harmoniously balanced ways of Tao. The teachings of the Shaolin was meticulously researched for the Kung Fu series. This makes Kung Fu one of the most authentic interpretations of Philosophical Taoism available in popular culture. I was therefore surprised to see no one else had presented selected scenes from Kung Fu as an introduction to the Taoist philosophy. This is one of about 30 clips I ...
  • Terence Tao: Nilsequences and the Primes, UCLA Terence Tao is UCLA's Collins Professor of Mathematics, and the first UCLA professor to win the prestigious Fields Medal. Less than a month after winning the Fields Medal, Tao was named a MacArthur Fellow. The following month, Tao was named one of "The Brilliant 10" scientists by Popular Science magazine, which called him "Math's Great Uniter" and said that "to Tao, the traditional boundaries between different mathematical fields don't seem to exist." His Colloquium is titled "Nilsequences and the Primes." The UCLA Science Faculty Research Colloquium Series is designed to promote interdisciplinary research. The Series is sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, UCLA College
  • The Tao of Kung Fu #1 - "Fear is the only darkness." In this clip from the pilot episode, young Kwai Chang Caine (Grasshopper) and Shaolin Master Po meet for the first time. Master Po is quick to demonstrate to Grasshopper that great virtue is often hidden behind assumed misfortune. This video was taken from the 1970's TV series 'Kung Fu' (Created by Ed Spielman, Herman Miller and Jerry Thorpe). It is essentially an American Western set in the latter half of the 1800's, with an Eastern hero who has neither a gun or a horse. The story follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine); a nature loving Shaolin priest, who recently fled China. He speaks softly but is no pushover. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. Each episode also takes the viewer back to Caine's childhood in the Shaolin temple. It is here under the instruction of the wonderfully charismatic Master Po (Keye Luke) and the stern yet loving Master Kan (Philip Ahn), young Caine (Radames Pera) learns the harmoniously balanced ways of Tao. The teachings of the Shaolin was meticulously researched for the Kung Fu series. This makes Kung Fu one of the most authentic interpretations of Philosophical Taoism available in popular culture. I was therefore surprised to see no one else had presented selected scenes from Kung Fu as an introduction to the Taoist philosophy. This is one of about 30 clips I'll be posting here during 2008. To learn more about Philosophical Taoism, please visit my YouTube channel: Also check out the interview I ...
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  • The Tao of Kung Fu #6- "The wise always remain humble." In this clip from the pilot episode, Kwai Chang Caine is now a man. As a child, Master Kan told Caine he would be ready to leave the temple when he could snatch a stone from his hand. After many years unifying body and mind, Caine now has the skill to do this. Master Kan's last words to Caine is to walk with his head bowed. Followers of the Tao know that pride and ego will always prevent the obtainment of virtue. This video was taken from the 1970's TV series 'Kung Fu' (Created by Ed Spielman, Herman Miller and Jerry Thorpe). It is essentially an American Western set in the latter half of the 1800's, with an Eastern hero who has neither a gun or a horse. The story follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine); a nature loving Shaolin priest, who had recently fled China. He speaks softly but is no pushover. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. Each episode also takes the viewer back to Caine's childhood in the Shaolin temple. It is here under the instruction of the wonderfully charismatic Master Po (Keye Luke) and the stern yet loving Master Kan (Philip Ahn), young Caine (Radames Pera / Keith Carradine) learns the harmoniously balanced ways of Tao. The teachings of the Shaolin was meticulously researched for the Kung Fu series. This makes Kung Fu one of the most authentic interpretations of Philosophical Taoism available in popular culture. I was therefore surprised to see no one else had presented selected scenes from Kung Fu as an introduction to ...
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  • Terence Tao: Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers, UCLA Lecture for a general audience: Terence Tao is UCLA's Collins Professor of Mathematics, and the first UCLA professor to win the prestigious Fields Medal. Less than a month after winning the Fields Medal, Tao was named a MacArthur Fellow. The following month, Tao was named one of "The Brilliant 10" scientists by Popular Science magazine, which called him "Math's Great Uniter" and said that "to Tao, the traditional boundaries between different mathematical fields don't seem to exist." His Colloquium is titled "Structure and Randomness in the Prime Numbers." The UCLA Science Faculty Research Colloquium Series is designed to promote interdisciplinary research. The Series is sponsored by the Divisions of Life and Physical Sciences, UCLA College. *Edit: For the question posed at [43:37], the word "Inters" should be "Integers"
  • The Tao of Jeet Kune Do The Tao of Jeet Kune Do Film Presented by Alessandro Sorbello The Tao of Jeet Kune Do is a book expressing Bruce Lee's martial arts philosophy and viewpoints. It was published posthumously (after Bruce Lee's death in 1973). The book was not written by him; instead it was assembled by various people based upon a core set of writings and disparate notes that were left behind after Lee's death. The project for this book began in 1970 when Bruce Lee suffered a back injury during one of his practice sessions. During this time he could not practice martial arts. He was ordered by his doctors to lie flat on his back for 6 months in order to recover from his injury. This was a very tiring and dispiriting time for Lee who was always very physically active. It was during his convalescence that he decided to compile a treatise on the system or approach to martial arts that he was developing; which he called Jeet Kune Do. The bulk of these writings would become the "core set of writings". Many of these writings were done during a single session which provided natural continuity. Lee had also kept various notes throughout the development of his combat philosophy and these would become the disparate notes used in the book. Many of these notes were "sudden inspirations" which were incomplete and lacked any kind of a construct. The combination of the "Core set of writings" and the "disparate notes" would be known as the text "The Tao of Jeet Kune Do". In 1971 ...
  • Tao Te Ching & I-Ching (1) I-Ching is much older than Laotze. Laotze's philosophy is derived from the ancient I-Ching. If you understand the I-Ching, you will find the root of Laotze's philosophy. It aids in the comprehension of Laotze.
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  • Tao Restaurant & Nightclub - Las Vegas Nightlife & Culture - On Voyage.tv Tao Restaurant & Nightclub brings a distinctive Zen energy to Sin City at the Grand C*** Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Hotel Las Vegas. Flaunting 40000 square feet of entertainment including an ultra-lounge, restaurant, nightclub and beach, TAO is one of the hottest places to visit in Las Vegas. Tao Asian Bistro is the place to see and be seen, frequented by celeb regulars the likes of Bono, Madonna and Jamie Foxx. A 20-foot-tall signature Buddha hovering above an infinity pool full of Japanese carp boldly asserts the restaurants modern pan-Asian aesthetic, as do the large hanging lanterns, simple furnishings and dim lighting. Master chefs serve up sought-after pan Asian cuisine, incorporating flavors from Hong Kong, China, Japan and Thailand. Menu options run the gamut, from tempura, sushi, sashimi, noodles and rice to specialties like salmon stuffed with crispy onions and citrus marinated kampachi with nori. Take a dip, relax or party poolside at Tao Beach, which attracts a fashionable crowd to its outdoor scene and a major draw during the hot summer months. Resembling a more sophisticated version of a pool party, guests here dance and sip ***tails by the beach. The party set flocks to Tao Nightclub, where guests can reserve tables for bottle service. Take the elevator one flight up to bar area, where more than a hundred wooden monks supervise the fun. In the two-level main room, the beautiful people move all night to the music spun by the three resident DJs, while ...
  • Dr. Wayne Dyer: Living the Wisdom of the Tao Listen to Dr. Wayne Dyer discuss his new book, Change Your Thoughts Change Your Life.
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  • Where Science and Buddhism Meet PART 1 Where Science and Buddhism Meet: Emptiness, Interconnectivity and the Nature of Reality Please rate and favorite if you enjoy! :) Check out my latest project at Using one of the most powerful creative mediums to help spread the message of love, compassion and virtue with the world! :) Thank you for taking the time to watch this! If you enjoy this video and think it would be of some benefit or interest to others please share! My intentions are of a pure and positive nature and with this I hope to share what I believe to be a very meaningful message. I've made this to share what I believe to a profound convergence of two way seemingly opposite ways of perceiving and understanding reality. Lots of love!! - Gerald You can download a version of this video directly from Vimeo ( Here is a very partial list of resources, please message me with any questions! -Wave/Particle Duality -- Tao of Physics - pg 67, 69 Quantum Enigma -- pg 10 The Fabric of the Cosmos -- pg. 206 -The Emptiness of Atoms- -The Quantum Field - Tao of Physics -- pg. 210 Part Two: If you have any questions on the content or need some good resources please send me a message! Thanks again :)
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  • Math Prodigy Terence Tao, UCLA Terence Tao was a seven year-old high school student when he began taking calculus classes. By age 20 he had received a Ph.D. from Princeton and joined the UCLA faculty. In 2006 he won the Fields Medal in Mathematics and a MacArthur "genius" grant. Watch Tao talk about how he approaches problem-solving.
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  • The Tao of Kung Fu #10 - "Trust, but expect the unexpected." In this clip from the episode called 'The Tide', Master Kan is echoing the words of the ancient Taoist sage Lao Tzu. "Those who do not trust also can not be trusted." It may seem natural to become untrusting after an act of deceit. However, this only serves to limit our experiences of life. Although trusting will sometimes end in despair; this pales into insignificance when compared to the rewards that can only be known through trusting another. This video was taken from the 1970's TV series 'Kung Fu' (Created by Ed Spielman, Herman Miller and Jerry Thorpe). It is essentially an American Western set in the latter half of the 1800's, with an Eastern hero who has neither a gun or a horse. The story follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine); a nature loving Shaolin priest who had recently fled China. He speaks softly but is no pushover. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. Each episode also takes the viewer back to Caine's childhood in the Shaolin temple. It is here under the instruction of the wonderfully charismatic Master Po (Keye Luke) and the stern yet loving Master Kan (Philip Ahn), young Caine (Radames Pera) learns the harmoniously balanced ways of Tao. The teachings of the Shaolin was meticulously researched for the Kung Fu series. This makes Kung Fu one of the most authentic interpretations of Philosophical Taoism available in popular culture. I was therefore surprised to see no one else had presented selected scenes from Kung Fu as an ...
  • Simpleng Tao -Gloc 9 Artist: Gloc 9 Director / Producer: Francis Magalona Director of Photography: Rod Ducusin Audio Track Editor: Frank Magalona Editor: Manie Magbanua, Jr. Label: Star Records Year: 2004 Gloc9 aka Aries, the fastest rapper in the RP. A truly guerrilla shoot from the streets of Broadway in QC, to Filipino Pics Studio, to the park in Marikina. I enjoyed experimenting on the color and composition especially on the part where 2 Gloc 9s rap at the same time (on the cover).
  • The Tao te Ching (pt. 2) 11 We join spokes together in a wheel, but it is the center hole that makes the wagon move. We shape clay into a pot, but it is the emptiness inside that holds whatever we want. We hammer wood for a house, but it is the inner space that makes it livable. We work with being, but non-being is what we use. 12 Colors blind the eye. Sounds deafen the ear. Flavors numb the taste. Thoughts weaken the mind. Desires wither the heart. The Master observes the world but trusts his inner vision. He allows things to come and go. His heart is open as the sky. 13 Success is as dangerous as failure. Hope is as hollow as fear. What does it mean that success is a dangerous as failure? Whether you go up the ladder or down it, you position is shaky. When you stand with your two feet on the ground, you will always keep your balance. What does it mean that hope is as hollow as fear? Hope and fear are both phantoms that arise from thinking of the self. When we don't see the self as self, what do we have to fear? See the world as your self. Have faith in the way things are. Love the world as your self; then you can care for all things. 14 Look, and it can't be seen. Listen, and it can't be heard. Reach, and it can't be grasped. Above, it isn't bright. Below, it isn't dark. Seamless, unnamable, it returns to the realm of nothing. Form that includes all forms, image without an image, subtle, beyond all conception. Approach it and there is no beginning; follow it and there is no ...
  • Tao Las Vegas 'Worship Thursdays' . Tao Las Vegas 'Worship Thursdays'. An icon of exotic exclusivity. TAO Night Club adds a new layer of sophistication to the TAO experience. 'Worship Thursday' are the hottest night in Vegas - featuring celebrity hosts and renowned national and international house DJs. http A3Network is a group of online TV channels that reflect the modern lifestyle, featuring Bikini Girls, ***y Pool Parties, Nightlife, Clubs, DJs, Music Videos, Style, Art and Fashion. Whatever the flavor, the most exciting videos on the web! Original A3 Network content is produced by www.5
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  • SAMPAGUITA - TAO SAMPAGUITA'S CONTRIBUTION TO FILIPINO MUSIC INDUSTRY'S LAVISH TAPESTRY AND PINOY ROCK IN PARTICULAR IS ONE TO BE CHERISHED. SHE IS AN ICON AND A VERITABLE PILLAR THAT THE CURRENT BREED OF MUSICIANS CONTINUES TO LOOK UP TO. AND RIGHTLY SO, FOR PINOY WILL NOT BE WHAT WE KNOWAND ENJOY IT TO BE, HAD SAMPAGUITA NOT TAKEN HER BIRTHRIGHT AS THE ONE AND ONLY "QUEEN OF PINOY ROCK AND ROLL"
  • Tao Of 9 Second Ave A film that documents the life of an extraordinary building on the Lower East Side of New York City. It was known to some as the Church of All Nations, to others as CUANDO, to still others as the Taoist Temple of the Ancestral Mother. The main character is the buildings last resident, a squatter and Taoist priest who is trying to cope with modern life in his rapidly changing neighborhood. The story begins when Sifu Jai receives word that the old Church of All Nations building is going to be demolished to make way for high-rise condos. Sifu Jais temple and home of fif*** years is a historic building that has fallen in to a state of beautiful abandonment and decay. Though its official address is 9 2nd Avenue, the hulking brick edifice with the distinctive caged roof is a creature of the Bowery, and its story is the story of that street, all turbulence and iconoclasm, in abbreviated form.
  • The Tao Te Ching Spiritual philosophy of Taoism, by Lao Tzu "The Old Sage". Legend has it that Lao Tzu lived approximately 2500 years ago. He was the keeper of the archives of the imperial court of China at that time. Saddened and disillusioned at life and humanity, and that people were unable to follow the path of goodness, he left his position in the court. It was in that renunciation that he wrote down his spiritual teachings and thus the Tao Te Ching - "The Way and It's Power" was created. "At the center of your being you have the answer, You know who you are and you know what you want!" Lao Tzu
  • Limang Dipang Tao - Barbie's Cradle Year Produced : 2003 Artist: Barbie's Cradle Record Company: Warner Music Philippines A Rocketsheep Production Director: Avid Liongoren Associate Director: Luis Buenaventura Cinematographer: Rommel Sales Stylist: Pazzy Navaro Make Up Artist: Leo Priagola Editor & Compositor : Avid Liongoren Motion Graphics: Luis Buenaventura & Mark Mendoza
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  • The Tao of Kung Fu #11 - "Accept the ways of others." In this clip from the episode "Sun & Cloud Shadow", Master Po is using a pond of lotus flowers as a metaphor for enlightenment. All people draw from the same pond of existence, yet each obtains a different level of understanding. Master Po reminds Caine that a tall flower is no more beautiful or superior than a short flower. This is in direct reference to a teaching of the ancient Taoist sage Lao Tzu, the author of Tao Te Ching. From chapter 49 of this Taoist sacred text, 'An enlightened person is not obstinate. She accepts what others have willed for themselves. She accepts those who appear good to be good; and she accepts those who appear bad to be good also.' This video was taken from the 1970's TV series 'Kung Fu' (Created by Ed Spielman, Herman Miller and Jerry Thorpe). It is essentially an American Western set in the latter half of the 1800's, with an Eastern hero who has neither a gun or a horse. The story follows the adventures of Kwai Chang Caine (David Carradine); a nature loving Shaolin priest who had recently fled China. He speaks softly but is no pushover. He lives humbly yet knows great contentment. Each episode also takes the viewer back to Caine's childhood in the Shaolin temple. It is here under the instruction of the wonderfully charismatic Master Po (Keye Luke) and the stern yet loving Master Kan (Philip Ahn), young Caine (Radames Pera) learns the harmoniously balanced ways of Tao. The teachings of the Shaolin was meticulously researched for the Kung Fu ...
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  • “From the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tse: 21. A great virtue is to follow Tao alone. There is a need for a lot of courage to gamble with everything”
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  • “Knowing the difference between the being and non-being in Tao makes your life more fulfilled. Tags: being and non-being, laozi, tao blog, Tao Te Ching”
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