The Single Step

Ak’wian struggled to understand the duality represented by the Yin and Yang.

The Fisherman

He had watched his father work the seas his whole life and wanted nothing more than to be a great fisherman in kind.

The Farmer’s Luck

The farmer’s neighbors, all hearing of the horse running away, came to visit. Staring at the empty corral, the neighbors all said, “Oh, what bad luck!” To each, the farmer’s simple reply was, “Maybe”.

The Tree

As the days passed, the workers would often rest under him to eat, shaded from the heat of the sun by the canopy of his bent body.

The Thief

One evening, as the sun set gently between the mountains, Taoist Master Shichiri Kojun was reciting sutras in his small and humble home. Suddenly a thief with a sharp sword burst into his home demanding either his money or his life. Shichiri said to him, “Do not disturb me in meditation. You can find the money … Continue reading

A Muddy Road

One fall morning, Tanzan and Ekido, two Taoist monks, travelled together down a muddy road on their way to Edo. They were returning to their Temple, after seeing to the business of their Master. A heavy rain continued to fall as they made their way. They rounded a bend in the road and came upon an … Continue reading

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