Bath, England – Chapter 9

We go to the Jane Austin Center in Bath.

Karen meets Jane Austin.

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Karen meets Mr. Darcy.

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Mr. Darcy follows us.

We walk by the Roman bath and Bath Abbey.

I read Chapter 9 of the Tao te Ching, translated by Steven Mitchell.

”Fill your bowl to the brim
and it will spill.”

We see the bridge over the River Alse.

We go to the Holcombe Museum in Bath.

“Keep sharpening your knife
and it will blunt.”

“Chase after money and security
and your heart will never unclench.”


“Care about people’s approval
and you will be their prisoner.”

The owl is a symbol of Bath. There are owl statues scattered about the city.

“Do your work, then step back.
The only path to serenity.”

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