My name is David,
I hope that through writing, I can share some of my own journey to emptiness with my students and visitors to this blog.
Thank you for visiting.
May everyone reach the place they seek, and may all seekers quietly share with each other on the path that only a few have walked.
I am very fortunate to have a partner walking along this path with me.
Professor T.J. Yeh,
TJ as he asked to be called.
Very good friend. long-term Tai Chi practitioner. Distinguished professor of mechanical engineering department. .
My first student in Taiwan, a key contributor in writing this blog.
He often mentioned that the work we are doing is very much like a research project. His background in Taijiquan and Western physics, coupled with his native views of Chinese culture, is of great help in comparing and contrasting ancient Taijiquan classics and modern physics theories.
He translated both into simple and basic examples , that non-physicists can understand, but also Chinese readers could read.
Simplicity without a name
Is free from all external aim.
With no desire, at rest and still,
All things go right as of their will.
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