The Book of The Way

As the sage Lao Tzu left the Chinese kingdom astride a swaying water buffalo, he gave the border guard a small book of 81 short poems called the Tao Te Ching, or The Book of The Way and its Power.

All things are connected

For hundreds of years, seekers and the curious have turned to the Tao Te Ching for reminders that all things are connected and practical advice on how to live in harmony with Nature. The Tao Te Ching offers time-tested wisdom for better living today and tomorrow.

A new version

This new version of the classic presents Vito Di Bona’s Songs of the Tao Te Ching alongside John McDonald’s lyrical translation. Readers, listeners, singers, music lovers and musicians now have a new way to learn about The Way and share with others.

Want something real?

Sick of screens? Want to read or sing the Tao Te Ching using a real book? I know I do. Here’s the Amazon link where you can get a paperback.