I can only say I got a lot from the book. I would be the first myself to admit I have no idea really of the Tao, just glimpses that resonate so deeply that I am comforted.
"Tao is mind. Without mind there is no concept, hence the void. To split the mind from nature sets forth delusion, confusion and eventually physical breakdown. Obviously I could write on this for years - so I won't."
Feel free to post whatever you feel can be of benefit. Ice.
That is what I wanted this forum to be for.
We feel we have something to make a difference and we want to share. Some stuff might make a sense, some wont. That's OK.
Nothing is set in stone here.
Even I go back and look at some stuff that once made me want to keep it burning a bit, then one day, it does not do this anymore. I am sure that I have learned something anyway.
What you have shared concerning Capra is well appreciated. I just get a joy from folks that are making me want to explore more and indeed give me that thrilling feeling. Capra did it for me, not for you. Not so much anyway. That's fine. No problem.
From Where I Am - Enya
"It is only once we've lost everything, we are free to do anything."