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It feels great to be writing this, and although I'm stuck on how I want to express what I want to say, I know that I am here for a reason that I will not regret. I'm a young person who seeks to discover the deeper dimensions of Dao, to apply the principles of wu wei, detachment, and compassion as I am experiencing transitions in my life, and to find fluidity, groundedness and ease in my mind and body (that is a mouthful!). I am currently enjoying Stephen Mitchell's translation of Tao Te Ching. 


My name is Tiger. 

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Hello Crouching_tiger, and welcome.


Your membership is approved and we're happy you found your way to us. We look forward to accompanying you on some of the way that you still have to go.


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Good luck in your pursuits and best wishes to you,


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Hi Tiger,


Yeah, we all go through changes throughout our life.  Sometimes the changes are difficult to deal with and a lot of people get stuck during the transition.


Daoism will get us pointed in a worthy direction.  But we still have to do the work.


Yeah, wu wei is actually a good method for efficiently using the time we have in this life.


Best Wishes on your journey.


May you enjoy your time here.



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