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In the novel The Tao of Pooh we are introduced to Bisy Backson who represents the most misguided of Western Society as well we are shown that Western societal thinkersphilosopherswriters represent in their own way the Tao Bisy Backson confuses exercise with work and activity with creativity The Bisy Backson is almost desperately active p 93 says Benjamin Hoff He adds Lets put it this way if you want to be healthy relaxed and contented just watch what a Bisy Backson does and then do the opposite Often in Western Society we focus on the final product before we have begun the journey When Pooh considers what he likes best in the world he decides the moment just before you begin to eat honey was what he enjoys most In effect it is the journey or the process that we most enjoy This of course goes against the typical persons attitude toward a task in Western Society The goal is to get the task done much like this journal assignment The process is often seen as punitive Pooh would say to enjoy the process - to see it as an opportunity to create to develop and above all to understand the central role of change and growth in life Western societal thinkersphilosopherswriters represent in their own way the Tao because actually I do not think they represent Taoism at all Taoism I think is basically just to enjoy life in its simplest form and not to worry too much - take life as a gift and just enjoy it Again I think After reading this book I still have two or three more chapters to go I still cannot manage to understand a simple meaning of Taoism I have looked on the internet and it is nothing like Pu because everything I have come across is all so complex Anyway if Taoism is that Western societal thinkersphilosopherswriters do not represent it at all They
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