Are you familiar with Dao De Jing: A Philosophical Translation by Roger Ames & David Hall? If so, what do you think of it? I've found it a much more insightful reading (between the lines) than any other version of Laozi's text. I've been meaning to reread it for quite some time ... — 180 Proof
IIRC, quite good. :up:Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years, Diarmaid MacCollouch — Count Timothy von Icarus
A good read. Enjoy.1848: Year of Revolution by Michael Rapport — Maw
Eat some apples, ride a horse. That's where they came from. — T Clark
I think Central Asia is the geography we're most ignorant of. — T Clark
Death Within the Evil Eye by Masahiro Imamura — Manuel
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