Tag Archives: Taoism

The Golden Rule: Central to Most World Religions

If you drew a Venn Diagram of the World’s Religions as the historian and philosopher of religion Karen Armstrong says, the Golden Rule would be central and where they over-lapped: Confucianism – “Never impose on others what you would not … Continue reading

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The Taoist Take on the Conflict Between Good and Bad

I have always liked the middle way approach of Taoism. And I also reminded of my old friend Charles Hampden Turner’s comment that real evil is usually based on the attempt to create pure good, unalloyed by the messiness of … Continue reading

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Top Ten Taoist Conflict Tips

I have always found the Tao Te Ching by Lao Tsu (6th century BCE) an unfailing source of wisdom, and it is apparently the most translated book in the world after the Bible. So I thought it would be fun … Continue reading

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