Lao Tsu, writing in the 6th century BCE in China, is considered the father of Taoism. His book, Tao te Ching, gives insights for the inner way (I use Steven Mitchell’s translation):
“The Tao that can be told
Is not the eternal Tao.
The name that can be named
Is not the eternal name.”
Can you understand this? Inner meaning is beyond words.
We took the ferry to the island of Penang in Malaysia.
We are hiking in the Penang National Park.
Karen climbs down the hillside.
We met some students who has recently graduated from college.