For over two thousand years, this books has been the foundation of Chinese family life.
Most translations of the famous Way and Virtue (Dao De Jing/Tao Te Ching) focus on the poetics and depth of the original. In contrast, Giles’ translation focuses on telling stories with the text, drawing out the nuances in a way that is more familiar to Western audiences from philosophical and religious texts.
Contained in this book are ruminations on philosophy form the most basic (what is the value of religious intuition, or intuition in general?) to the most subtle and difficult (how does the constant and inevitable erroring translation affect our processes?).
The classic work of Sufi mystical thinking from 1100CE, available in audiobook for the first time. It is also known as A Niche of Lamps.
A poetic narrating of Bible excerpts that examine questions of where the love of God lies as the Ancient of Man looks past the transgressions of man whilst the Ancient of Death relies upon the disobedience of man.