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THE TAO OF POOH. Benjamin Hoff is an Oregon writer, photographer, musician, and composer with a fondness for Forests and Bears. A Bachelor of. Arts (he. Winnie-the-Pooh is 'The Bear for all Ages', and now he's more fun than ever before. Winnie-the-Pooh has a certain way about him, a way of doing things that has made him the world's most beloved bear, and Pooh's Way, as Benjamin Hoff brilliantly demonstrates, seems strangely close. The how of Pooh? A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh! No eBook available . He is the author of the New York Times bestselling The Tao of Pooh and The Te of.


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I thought it best to inform the Trustees and Curtis Brown as to why I'm taking this action, so there will be -- I hope -- no misunderstanding. Penguin's proposed contract for renewing their right to publish, the terms of which they claim are the best they can manage, seems to me a "We're taking it all this time around" agreement.

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I believe the following three examples of Penguin's author-treatment will be enough to make the point, although I could supply many more: 1 When Penguin chose The Tao of Pooh to be one of the 75 books representing the publisher for their seventy-fifth-year anniversary celebration, I received no congratulatory letter informing me that the book had been chosen. Nor did I receive any of the memorabilia poster, etc.

When I read or heard about the events, I wrote to Penguin asking for a poster. I was sent a vinyl shopping bag -- the only thing, I was told, that had been left over.

The response each time is that to grant my request would be "too much bother. For six years and three months now I have received no forwarded mail whatever -- no reader-letters, no books to sign or endorse, no requests for public appearances, etc. When I placed a notice to that effect on my website, along with a Post Office box address at which website-readers could reach me, I received more mail in the year or so of the notice than I had received for many years by way of Penguin.

Some readers wrote to me at the P. Not one of the letter-copies arrived at my home address, forwarded to me by Penguin.

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In contrasting Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism, Confucius is described as a sour-faced man, Buddha as one with a bitter expression, but Lao-Tse being the smiling one. Basically, the laws that govern the heavens are the same one that govern earth and man, and that if we go with the flow, we'll be in harmony.

The concepts of wu-wei is also explained. Wu-wei means "not doing" but of doing nothing against the natural flow. Here, it's called the Pooh Way, because Pooh has a "mind that merely sees what's in front of it, and follows the nature of things. The characters who make up Pooh's friends demonstrate the flaw of knowledge and cleverness, and I was fascinated and sobered by this because their personalities reflect me, and I realize the bad side in knowing too much.

Dig this: Owl, the modern equivalent of a Confusionist, Dessicated Scholar, is described as someone who gains Knowledge for Knowledge's sake, or for the sake of appearing wise. A bit harsh because that's me to some extent.

It is a beautiful spring day today.That, in summary, is my explanation. In the Unlikely Event.

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