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[20 Jun 2006|11:51pm]

beginnersmind
Hi everyone. I'm new here, and just wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself. I am the on-staff translator at a Daoist martial arts center in Yunnan Province, China. You can see our website here...

http://dalikongfu.blogcn.com

We practice San Feng Tai Ji, and Wudang Gong Fu.
We love to meet other people passionate about the martial arts, so
if you're ever in China, come visit!
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[20 Jun 2005|01:05am]

zenchantress

Hello This is the Good Luck Bat!

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good luck bat say hello to day. here is a good luck bat for you from min lee. good luck bat can be a good luck at the right time. you know good luck battt!

get well soon,
min lee

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Hmmm... [16 Jul 2004|05:57pm]

m_banu
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buddhists: 1448 members, last public post 2 seconds ago. :P

Amazing what an obvious name, a good moderator and some mysterious and unknown source of publicity can do, eh? :)
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Whee! [08 Jul 2004|05:29pm]

m_banu
[ mood | busy ]

Daodejing doesn't translate into "The Way of Virtue", you know.

Te means "virtue" as in the way something expresses itself. Like the Te of a rock is that it is hard. It being hard is "by virtue of" it being a rock.

And Tao means "the way" as in an abbreviation for "The Way Things Are".

A better translation for Daodejing than "The Way of Virtue", I think, would be "The Way Things Are, and Its Consequences". :P

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