August 5, 2013

The Tao Of Pooh

The Tao Of Pooh by Benjamin Hoff

Pooh Just Is...!


"Nothing is something, and Something is really nothing at all." Within this sentence we find the meaning of Taoism, that it is the simple things in life that matter. Nowadays people are so ready to fill things; silences with idol chatter, time with mundane activities, homes with useless clutter. But it is in the emptiness, in the silences, that wisdom may be found and happiness gained. A simple philosophy explained by the bear of very little brain.

The Tao Of Pooh is a fun and accessible introduction into the wisdom of Taoism through the characters of Winni-the-Pooh. Knowledgeable Owl is not so wise, clever Rabbit is not so smart, and complaining Eeyore never accomplishes anything. But Pooh, in his simple-mindedness is quite happy. This book explains that although at times we may have a little Owl or Eeyore within us, it would do us good to have a little Winni-the-Pooh in our lives.
On sale: 31 March 1994
Price (Uk): $2.99
ISBN: 9780749301798
Recommended age: 14+
In a word: Winnie-the-Pooh
Re-read it: yes
Recommend: yes
Star rating: four out of five

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