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The Complete TAO TE CHING in Plain English
by Stephen Lau

This book contains the 81 chapters of the translated text of the ancient Chinese classic on human wisdom, written by the Chinese sage Lao Tzu. It also explains in plain English the essentials of Tao wisdom, which is the wisdom of TAO TE CHING.

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NO EGO NO STRESS
by Stephen Lau

The human ego is the underlying source of all stressors in contemporary living.

Learn and understand the ancient human wisdom from China to eliminate all stress in everyday living.

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Be A Better and Happier You With Tao Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

A 132-page book on how to use the ancient Tao wisdom from China to be a better and happier person.

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TAO The Way to Biblical Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

A complete translation of Lao Tzu's immortal classic Tao Te Ching with respect to the Holy Bible.

Learn and understand the ancient human wisdom from China in order to attain Biblical wisdom.

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  My Myasthenia Gravis (2nd edition)
                      by Stephen au

A natural and holistic approach to autoimmune diseases based on the author's  own experience and struggle against his disease! This is the 2nd edition.

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Congratulations! You've Got Cancer
                      by Stephen Lau

A cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence. Help your mind help your cancer. Use your mind to turn it into an opportunity for personal growth and development to conquer your cancer.  Please click here.

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          Vision Self-Healing Self-Help
                     by Stephen Lau

A blueprint for vision health to enhance eyesight and improve vision health, with exercises based on Dr. William Bates' state-of-the-art vision self-improvement techniques!

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   The Book of Life and Living   
   (2nd edition)
by Stephen Lau

The art of living well is wisdom in living based on the integration of conventional wisdom, spiritual wisdom, and the  wisdom of Tao from ancient China. Get your blueprint for holistic living for a healthy body, mind, and spirit.

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     As If Everything Is A Miracle
                by Stephen Lau

Rethink your mind, renew your body, reconnect your soul, and realign your being to become who you really are to live your life as if everything is a miracle.

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Your Golden Years and Santa Claus by Stephen Lau

How do you live your life to the fullest in your golden years? How do you make the best and the most of what you have left and still make some new waves in the final chapters of your life? Believe you can do it, and do what you can do -- the wisdom of successful aging in the golden years!

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Younger and Healthier for Longer by Stephen Lau

A handbook for both men and women to stay younger and healthier for longer!

A 233-page book with rich information on every aspect of the body, mind, spirit to mature youthfully instead of getting old gracefully!

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Make Your Smart Baby Super Smart
by Stephen Lau

This book is written for parents and grandparents who wish to make their smart babies super smart. This can be achieved through everyday simple games, activities and interactions aimed at increasing brain cells through spatial intelligence, non-verbal communication, emotional development, language  skills, kinesthetic enhancement, and music appreciation.

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29 Smart Steps to Teach Your Smart Kid to Read
by Stephen Lau

29 steps, 90 games and activities, 50 color illustrations to teach children to become proficient readers! Based on the author's own experience of teaching his daughter to read when she was only age two.

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Effective Writing Made Simple
by Stephen Lau

A manual on writing skills for anyone who wants to write well!

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Everyday American Idioms for ESL Learners
by Stephen Lau

More than 900 American idioms with simple explanation and examples for ESL learners.

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English Slang and Colloquial Expressions for ESL Learners
by Stephen Lau

Learn these everyday expressions for everyday situations. A must for ESL learners.

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English Words and Phrases Frequently Confused and Misused
by Stephen Lau

This book is written for ESL learners who may have problems with English words and phrases that may look similar but are different in meanings. Learn those words and phrased that are frequently confused and misused in writing.

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“To be a good father and mother requires that the parents defer many of their own needs and desires in favor of the needs of their children.” James E. Faust
“Trying to understand is like straining through muddy water. Have the patience to wait! Be still and allow the mud to settle.” Lao Tzu
“Doing nothing is better than being busy doing nothing.” Lao Tzu
“The more we look, the less we see.The more we hear, the less we listen. The more we crave, the crazier we become.” Lao Tzu
“Letting go of straining, striving, and strutting, we find the wisdom in the Creator." Lao Tzu
“We watch everything come and go, with no judgment, no preference. Everything that is, was, or ever will be, will return to its origin: the Creator.” Lao Tzu
        The Wisdom of Letting Go
                            by
                 
Stephen Lau

Letting go of all attachments in the material world is the only way to let go of the ego, which is formed by a distorted human mind. This human flaw can be eradicated with the ancient Tao wisdom from China, and complemented with the Biblical wisdom. Learn how to let go to let God.

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         You Just Don't Die!
                       by
             
Stephen Lau

This 154-page book is more than just about how to live to a ripe old age; it is about how to live as if everything is a miracle even though you may have many life changes and challenges.

My Way! No Way! TAO Is The Way! by Stephen Lau

This is one-of-a-kind approach to depression, a mind disorder in a world of depression.

Unlike the conventional ways of avoiding depression, such as the use of exercise as distraction,.suppressing the symptoms, such as the use of affirmations or visualizations, and up lifting the depressive moods using medications, this new approach uses the ancient TAO wisdom from China to let you fully experience anything and everything in depression.

TAO wisdom is the way through depression, instead of avoiding it. You may become enlightened and free yourself of depression forever; if not, at least you may look at your depression differently.

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“Those who know, don't talk. Those who talk don't know." Lao Tzu
Prepositional Words and Phrases for ESL Learners
by Stephen Lau

This 122-page book has hundreds of common prepositional words and phrases selected for ESL learners with explanations and examples.

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The Happiness Wisdom
by Stephen Lau

Many are unhappy not because of what they have experienced throughout their life journeys, but because they don't have the human wisdom to perceive and process what they've experienced.

Happiness is a state of mind, due to the the perceptions of the human mind. Change your perceptions to change your so-called realities. Empower your mind with human wisdom -- ancient wisdom from the East and the West, conventional wisdom, and spiritual wisdom -- to think differently to have totally different perspectives of what may have ma
de you happy or unhappy.

Looking at real examples of real people from all over the world may enlighten you, and help you live as if everything is a miracle.

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The TAO of Living for Life
by Stephen Lau

This book explains the importance of attaining TAO wisdom, based on the translated text of the  Lao Tzu's immortal classic, TAO TE CHING. Living for life is the wisdom of living in this material world, but not of this mundane world. It is not easy, so you need TAO.

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The TAO is the ancient wisdom from China, based on the profound wisdom of the ancient sage Lao Tzu. According to the TAO, wisdom comes from the thinking mind, and not the knowledge acquired and accumulated.

On the journey of living longer, you need both a compass and a roadmap.

The compass, to find your direction, and the roadmap to find your whereabouts; the compass is your wisdom, which is unlimited, and the roadmap is your knowledge, which is limited.

Self-intuit all the whys and the hows  of who you are and what you have now become, as well as all the things that have happened to you on your journey.

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This book explains the paradoxes of life: what "anything is everything" may be true to some people, but not to every one; "everything is nothing" is the reality of life, which is the impermanence of everything; "nothing is everything" is the profound wisdom to understand that the nothingness of everything may ultimately become everything if there is enlightenment in living as if everything is a miracle.

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ANYTHING IS EVERYTHING

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NOTHING IS EVERYTHING

Many pray simply because they want their "expectations to be fulfilled." But the TAO wisdom of Lao Tzu, the ancient sage from China shows you where human expectations have come from. Click here to get your copy to find out how to live your everyday life as if you were praying.
This  book is about how the TAO  can heal autoimmune diseases.

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Building Vocabulary
Confusing Words
Correcting the Incorrect
Learning Grarnmar
Learning Prepositions
Learning Sentence Style
Learning Some Slang


Wisdom in Aging: Body Image of Men and Women -- Click here to find out more.

Health Issues of Men and Women: Holistic Health -- Click here to find out more.
The Seven Deadly Sins and the TAO: We all commit sins in our lives, which make us live in fancy and fantasy. But the TAO wisdom may help you live in reality instead. Click here.
YOUR MONEY WISDOM: Get profound human wisdom, Biblical wisdom, and the TAO wisdom to earn, save, and spend money wisely. Click here.
AGING AND REVELATION
REVELATION OF SUFFERING
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CAN THE BIBLE HELP YOUR MARRIAGE?
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MARITAL BALANCE AND HARMONY.
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ACCOUNTABILITY IN MARRIAGE
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HAPPILY MARRIED.
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SAVE YOUR MARRIAGE.
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SURVIVE AND THRIVE IN MARRIAGE.
Get the wisdom not only to survive but also to thrive in marriage. Click here to get your copy.
Improve your spoken and written English for better communication.

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Get the wisdom to love yourself and others, such as self-acceptance and loving-kindness, as well as to help yourself and your marriage partner to survive and thrive in your marriage.

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Get the TAO wisdom to live every aspect of your daily life in balance and  harmony, including:   the following: growing up, pursuing your life passions and careers, making a living and earning your money, maintaining your good relationships, getting married, starting a family and raising your children, taking care of your health and healing, confronting issues of aging and dying. The TAO shows you how to live as if everything is a miracle.

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Pick out the incorrect sentences from groups containing both correct and incorrect sentences. You will be given the explanation why they are correct or incorrect.

Correcting the incorrect helps you avoid sentence errors in your writing.

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Use TAO wisdom and spiritual wisdom to live in reality with accountability--a life with no depression.
Live as if anything and everything in life is a miracle.
                                             LOVE AND MONEY

The wisdom of love

If you feel gratitude for those you love and for those who love you, you‘ll be happy.

If you appreciate what you now have, you’ll not feel the lack.

If you love and forgive yourself totally (only you can do that, and no one can do that for you), you’ll learn to let go of the past and move forward with your happiness.

The wisdom of love will give you the energy within for you to do anything and everything in every aspect of your life to give you happiness.

The wisdom of love and money

If you want to marry rich, do you think of love first, or the one you’re going to marry?

If you’re rich, does your loved one love you or your money? The rich and the wealthy, due to their ego, often don’t really care.

If you aren’t rich, do you love an individual irrespective of that individual’s abundance or lack?

There’re no definitive answers to all of the above questions. True and genuine love is unconditional, which is loving someone with or without money, and love is priceless.

The bottom line

Money cannot buy love, and love cannot buy money -- that’s the reality. But love is hardly disconnected from the reality of living in the material world that involves money. And that’s also the reality.

So, you must focus on your own core values, such as honesty, integrity, love, compassion, generosity, and gratitude, among others. Your core values have little to do with money; instead, they demonstrate the values of what life has to offer, and not the values of things purchased with money. Your core values affect how you may live for the rest of your life, including with your marriage partner.

So, look at love and money from your own perspectives, such that you’ll not end up only loving money, and not its wisdom.

Spending money in a marriage

Your money wisdom is to spend what’s left after your saving. If you don’t have anything left, then why do you spend on the things you don’t really need with the money you don’t have?

Basically, your spending habits have much to do with your own money values. So, rethink your own money values: what does money really mean to you?

Also, ask yourself some questions about any “big spending” you may have on your mind, such as the following:

Buying a “big” house

·Do you really need a big house?

·Why do you want to buy a 4-bedroom house, instead of one with 3 bedrooms?

·Can you buy one later instead of right now?

Planning a “big” wedding

·Do you want to spend “big money” on your engagement ring, your wedding dress, and your wedding reception?

The reality is that an expensive wedding doesn’t guarantee a happy marriage, except a heavy debt if you don’t have the cash.

Warren Buffett once said with humor that he bought “expensive” suits, but they looked pretty “cheap” on him.

Do you buy an expensive dress to make you look “expensive”? So, don’t try to “look” rich, but to “get” rich by spending your money wisely.

The reality

Yes, money does matter in a marriage. If money really matters to you, then capitalize on the skills you already have acquired, enhance and improve them, and look for better and richer employment. In addition, there’re most likely many other skills you may already possess that can’t be or haven’t been fully maximized or utilized where you’re currently working. Then, harness those skills and capitalize on them through doing some freelance work on the side to maximize your current income.

But money is also the No.1 cause of divorce in married couples. The explanation is that earning money, saving money, and spending money involve many human conflicts, disagreements, priorities. Worse, money often leads to an inflated ego and the sin of pride-both lack accountability to maintaining and sustaining a happy marriage.

Letting go

“Letting go” literally means releasing your close or tight fist to abandon or give up something that you’re holding in your hand. If you are close- or tight-fisted, you also cannot receive anything without opening your hand.

“Letting go” is detaching. The opposite of “letting go” is “attaching to” something that you’re stubbornly holding on to.

It’s letting go, and not attaching to, that makes you strong, because it overcomes the fear of the unknown and the unpredictable. Let go of yesterday to live in today as if everything is a miracle; let go of the world to have the universe.

So, let go of your attachment to money, or anything that you’ve attached a price tag.

Saving money in a marriage

Making money may be easy for some, but keeping the money made is difficult for many.

Many Americans earn plenty of money to live a great lifestyle but don’t save enough for their long-term life goals.

With your money wisdom, you always have to save and pay yourself first. If not, you could end up blowing away all your money faster than you earn it.

So, how do you pay yourself first?

Simple: Open both a checking account and a savings account. Deposit a certain but fixed amount of money into your savings account every month.

In addition, set up an emergency fund. Why? It’s because you may become unemployed; your house’s roof may need repair and fixing; you may experience a medical emergency; you may need a college fund, and so on. So, if you’ve extra cash each month, deposit it into your emergency fund.

So, how do you get rid of your debts?

With your money wisdom, you get rid of your debts as much as and as soon as possible. Pay off first all your debts with the highest interest rate, such as your medical bills and your student loans. Pay your credit cards balance-remember, getting another credit card won’t solve the problem of credit card debt or payment.

As for your home mortgage, make bi-weekly instead of monthly payments; refinance your mortgage from 30 years to 15 years.

So, how do you save little to save big?

“Beware of little expenses. A small leak can sink a great ship.”-Benjamin Franklin

Your every daily action has a monetary consequence. Here are some of the little things you can do to save little to save big:

·Avoid buying your coffee on your way to work.

·Bring your own lunch to work, instead of getting your lunch elsewhere.

·Eat more at home than at restaurants.

·Get your DVDs from your local library, rather than going to cinemas to watch your movies.

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