Dancing above the hollow place | nicktomjoe

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will do to start me off on a brief visit to the spirituality represented in Le Guin’s first three Earthsea stories.

And let me start with three sources, rather than end with references:
Paul Reps representation of classic Zen texts in Zen Flesh, Zen Bones, linked here
Alan Watts’ Tao, the Watercourse Way, linked here
And the text itself of the Tao Te Ching, which exists in a number of different versions and translations into English – this one, for example, and this one. 

And by saying, as if  it needed saying, that I am no Zen master or Taoist scholar. I cannot begin to explore…

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