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A Daily Cup of Tao


The new blog, that will have a mini post everyday for a year, will be called daily cup of tao.

Posts will arrive daily, automatically. (there, not here)

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Tao Wow | Daily Cup of Tao

12 comments:

The Rambling Taoist said...

I agree -- a MUCH better name.

Tao said...

Now you are just being biased! :D

Tao said...

Tattva (also known as Tattwas in western traditions) is a Sanskrit word meaning 'thatness', 'principle', 'reality' or 'truth'. ...

(Skt., Tib. kho na) - 'Thatness', Absolute Reality.

(Sanskrit) “truth, fundamental principle.” A reference to the essential nature of a given thing. Tattvas are the elemental forces of nature. There are numerous systems presenting varying tattvas as fundamental principles of nature. ...


Pretty close, if not the same as Tao ;)

Tao said...

Though I admit a daily cup of Tattva does not have quite the same ring to it.

..and now I know why Tao is spelled T not D Dao as there must be Tea in Tao.

Shinzen Nelson said...

What are you putting in your tea that it speaks to you? Can I get some? :)

Doug McMillan said...

Whatever it is . . I'd very much like to put in an order; perhaps you have a price list?

I'm a Tea drinker myself and was just considering making a nice hot cup before reading this post; I'll be sure to listen for any words of wisdom that may come my way ;-)

C. Om said...

Sweet! I'll check for it.

I'm gonna be revealing a blog i've had for a while pretty soon. look for it in january.

:D

Rizal Affif said...

I agree too, "A Daily Cup of Tao" is a much better name indeed :)

"Tattva" has a good name indeed, but "A Daily Cup" really adds the sense of simplicity and warmth. Looking for your new blog, Tao... :)

Wabi wan kenobi said...

Pre-written?? What? How cheap. I want my money back.

Ta-Wan said...

:D I'd write it afterwards but afterwords are hard to write.

Doug McMillan said...

. . . that sounded just like a 'Yoda' comment . . .

;-)

anupama said...

Dear Rizal,
NAMASTE!
First of all,thanks a bunch for all the corrections and suggestions in the form of a mail.I will be always grateful to you!I came yesterday after a short break!
what is the meaning of Tao?which language is this?
Wishing You A Marvellous New Year Filled With Love,Laughter and Prosperity,
Sasneham,
Anu