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Tao For Life is my personal journal of growth and understanding as I explore and learn Taoism. In this endeavor, I will cater to three characteristics I possess: my love of writing, my love of learning, and my acceptance that I learn things more completely if I write them.

I began a study of Taoism almost twenty years ago when I was struggling with the frustrations of life, and foolishly abandoned it when life began showing greater promise for the moment. In hindsight, I see that I was not yet ready to embrace all that Lao Tzu offered in the Tao Te Ching, and that is just part of my growth. In this now, I have lived more of life and returned to the Tao with a greater appreciation for what it offers.

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  1. May 11, 2011 7:20 PM

    Greetings,

    I would like to request your permission to republish your article: “American Politics and the Taoist Mind” in our journal “Into Mountains, Over Streams: an International Journal of Qigong & Taiji Culture, online.” I believe it would be of great interest to our readers.

    IMOS, has been publishing regularly since Feb, 2010. Currently we are receiving over 20,000 monthly readers. Please feel free to visit us at http://www.imos-journal.com. You will see that your article will be in very good company.

    If you approve, please send us a bio & photo with your approval.

    Thank You,
    Anthony Guilbert’
    Publisher

    Into Mountains, Over Streams:
    an International
    Journal of Qigong & Taiji Culture, online.
    POB# 19553, Boulder, CO 80308 USA
    519-925-9525

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