The Bent Tree and the Sleeping Tiger

The Bent Tree and the Sleeping Tiger An old hermit monk journeys to the edge of a vast plain of long grass and resides under a great Bent Tree where also rests a sleeping tiger While there he is visited by various characters who seek s
  • Title: The Bent Tree and the Sleeping Tiger
  • Author: ChristopherDutton
  • ISBN: 9781461083603
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Bent Tree and the Sleeping Tiger
    An old hermit monk journeys to the edge of a vast plain of long grass and resides under a great Bent Tree, where also rests a sleeping tiger While there, he is visited by various characters who seek some solution to their life problems The old man uses tales, debate and taoist philosophy to help them weave their way back into a happier tapestry of life These tales mix hAn old hermit monk journeys to the edge of a vast plain of long grass and resides under a great Bent Tree, where also rests a sleeping tiger While there, he is visited by various characters who seek some solution to their life problems The old man uses tales, debate and taoist philosophy to help them weave their way back into a happier tapestry of life These tales mix humour with deep thought, which at first confounds, but always enlightens in the end CreateSpace eStore createspace 3595055
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  • I won a free copy of this book from a Giveaway and was blown away It felt like I was reading a dream Christopher Dutton weaves Taoist philosophy throughout in a readily digestible way Much of it is quite deep One passage that sticks in my mind Remember a footprint is a hole familiar to all by its formation No one calls a footprint a hole because we think it is shallow But its deepness lies in other directions 200 201 Likewise, Dutton weaves in humor in a delightful manner She laughed It is the f [...]


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