Trinh Nguyen

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  1. Everyone post some favorite quotes!

    My favorite quotes, most simple and profound ones! "Creating without claiming, Doing without taking credit, Guiding without interfering, This is Primal Virtue. " "He who controls others may be powerful, but he who has mastered himself is mightier still." (Lao Tzu) Here is the link if you like more from Lao Tzu Love to you all Trinh
  2. Happy Birthday Sean!

  3. Sean, you and I both were born on 22nd, and I heard 22 is lucky number.

    Have you watched the movie named "you have got mail" ? maybe you and me can start it...

  4. To you who love Tao

    Hello, Here are some things that you may be searching... A book name Jesus Christ Sun of God by David Fideler is one of the beautiful sources of Tao and Philosophy . is the website I visit everyday , even to read the same things again and again. Great with videos and Q/A area. Sangit Om - music is best for me when I am at peace. Love and Fortitude Trinh
  5. thanks for your comments. what about a millionaire riding an expensive sports HORSE? ;p haha.

  6. hello! you are attractive riding horse! better than some millionaire riding expensive sport car!

  7. Greetings everyone!

    Hello everyone, I found you at last!!! I found you all gathering here, now, in this forum, I feel me again, the happiness inside... Ancient knowledge like Tao should have been taught in schools, books about Tao should be everywhere in bookstores , why have they been taken all away from us so that we feel so apart from each other? By the way, I'd like to introduce myself a bit, even I hate to do it and I never did it quite properly. Secondly, English is not my first language, so please bear with me ^^. I live in South Korea , born Vietnamese from a country that have so much influence from Chinese culture, including Tao . . In Vietnam, even though books about Tao are not easily found in book stores or libraries, you can track them off in second - hand book shops. I started to read about Tao and I-cheng since I was in high school. At the time, I had no real friends to really start a conversation with; until now, neither I have one. It seems that I am not destined to have one... I went to study in Australia, there in the libraries, books about Tao or something similar are impossible to be found. Many years went on and I found myself lost somewhere, with all the busy things in life. One day I woke up , I decided to give up everything to be me again... so here I am to you. Loves to you all, Trinh Nguyen
  8. its all well said by you... although the modern Chinese don't know much about Tao...