Category: 2021 World Religions

January Theme: Tao Te Ching

Happy New Year!  You may remember from my post in December that, this year, my themed reading is World Religions. The first text is Stephen Mitchell’s translation of the Tao Te Ching, A New English Version published by Harper Perennial. The Tao Te Ching… Continue Reading “January Theme: Tao Te Ching”

2021 Themed Reading: World Religions

As you might know, every year I try to read a substantial number of works from within a particular genre, category, or what have you. This year, for example, I focused a lot of my attention on Southeast Asian literature and on poetry (often… Continue Reading “2021 Themed Reading: World Religions”

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