Since these books are the property of big publishing houses, they are only available in bookstores or on-line sites like Amazon and Indiebound. I wish I could offer them as gift, but the traditional publishing economy hasn’t caught up with a gift economy yet.
The Activist’s Tao Te Ching
I wrote this book our of my belief that a sacred activism, based on a deeper understanding of the unity of all the cosmos is necessary. I explore the seeming paradox of “Active Quietism.”
The Sage’s Tao Te Ching
In its twentieth year of being in print, this interpretation explores the importance of a new “Wise Elder” population in a society in crisis.
The Parent’s Tao Te Ching
My first and still my most popular book. It’s in 10 languages and still seems to help parents of all ages around the world. Neat.
The Couple’s Tao Te Ching
The lessons of the Tao greatly affect the ways in which we relate within loving connections of all types. This book is often quoted at weddings and commitment ceremonies.
The Tao of Forgiveness
I hadn’t planned to write this book. The publisher asked if I could write a book of stories and lessons on forgiveness. I said… “I’ll try.” The result surprised me. I didn’t know I could write stories. I like the book.
A Path and a Practice
This book contains one of my own translations of the Tao Te Ching and presents it in a framework of a lifetime spiritual practice.
The Caregiver’s Tao Te Ching
I had the privilege of co-authoring this book with my spouse, Nancy. It draws on the wisdom of the Tao and also on Nancy’s experience working in a Hospice.