As the soft yield of water cleaves obstinate stone,
So to yield with life solves the insoluble:
To yield, I have learned, is to come back again.
But this unworded lesson,
This easy example,
Is lost among men.
Lao Tzu 604 BC
I am amazed that this man, who lived 2615 years ago, possessed such common sense knowledge that the majority of the earths inhabitants lack today. Why is this so? All of us are so out of touch with life, with life as it should be. The great events happening today can be a lesson on the right way to live. Thank you, Angie, for the book. I know that you read it many times, judging by all the footnotes I have come across and I now know that your latest Cantata "Labyrinth" had its roots there as well.