Les principes du Tao expliqués aux adultes (avec simplicité et humour) par Winnie L'Ourson.
Un petit bijou d'humour et d'intelligence pour comprendre les grands principes du Tao. Où l'on découvre que l'un des plus grands maîtres taoïstes n'est pas un Chinois..., ni un vénérable philosophe..., mais un petit ourson contemplatif et insouciant qui agit sans effort et ne se départit jamais de son bonheur tranquille...
... Winnie simplement EST ;
Et c'est la clé de la sagesse du Tao.
The Te of Piglet . . . in which a good deal of Taoist wisdom is revealed through the character and actions of A. A. Milne's Piglet . Piglet? Yes, Piglet. For the better than impulsive Tigger? or the gloomy Eeyore? or the intellectual Owl? or even the lovable Pooh? Piglet herein demonstrates a very important principle of Taoism: The Te--a Chinese word meaning Virtue--of the Small. Happy 90th birthday (October 14th), to one of the world's most beloved icons of literature, Winnie-the-Pooh!
An expert in Chinese philosophy explains facets of Taoism using Milne's famous character and explores the world of Winnie-the-Pooh through Tao, characterizing Pooh as a simple bear who subscribes to the principles of successful living
''What''s this you''re writing?... asked Pooh, climbing onto the writing table. ''The Tao of Pooh,... I replied. ''The how of Pooh?... asked Pooh, smudging one of the words I had just written. ''The Tao of Pooh,... I replied, poking his paw away with my pencil. ''It seems more like ow! of Pooh,... said Pooh, rubbing his paw. ''Well, it''s not,... I replied huffily. ''What''s it about?... asked Pooh, leaning forward and smearing another word. ''It''s about how to stay happy and calm under all circumstances!... I yelled. ''Have you read it?... asked Pooh... ...Winnie-the-Pooh has a certain way about him, a way of doing things that has made him the world''s most beloved bear, and Pooh''s Way, as Benjamin Hoff brilliantly demonstrates, seems strangely close to the ancient Chinese principles of Taoism. Follow the Pooh Way in this humorous and enlightening introduction to Taoism, with classic illustrations from E.H. Shepard throughout.