The new model for business and personal relationships based on the simple yet profound principle of mentoring--both giving and receiving knowledge in a creative mutual exchange.
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Defining mentoring as "a two-way circular dance that provides opportunities for us to experience both giving and receiving without limitations and fears," the authors of Thinking Body, Dancing Mind (LJ 7/92) have written a short book of meditations on relationships that is based on Taoist concepts. The major part of the book features 33 "virtues of the heart and soul" (wang tao). Each virtue, presented first in Chinese and Western calligraphy, is given a poetic definition, followed by a summary of Taoist wisdom. Practical applications of the virtue and its relevance to modern times is finally discussed. The book is best regarded as a source of inspirational meditation rather than an introduction to Taoist principles or a self-help guide to relationships. Buy according to demand.
Lucille Boone, San Jose P.L., Cal.
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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