Every kid knows about Winnie the Pooh because he has grown up while listening to the adventures of this adoring creature. This fluffy bear has been painted as someone who is carefree of the surroundings. Benjamin Hoff tries to take the philosophy linked to this character much deeper through this book. It is Taoism that the author is talking about and according to this philosophy one should live in complete harmony with nature.
There is a balance that should be kept and even when a living creature dies, its soul gets merged with the universe. The Pooh also lives on the same philosophy according to the author because he does not care for the problems that are present all around. He just likes honey and keeps a good smile on his face. By keeping this attitude towards life, The Pooh remains happy and at the same time, it solves all the problems very quickly.
The Pooh not only solves his problems but he also solves the problems of those present around him. Thus he is more like a guiding star for others who are tired of all the troubles. Simon Vance as a narrator has never disappointed the audience and here too, the narrator has proved his worth.
The Eternal Tao Te Ching has a strong bond with this book whoever is interested in understanding these old philosophies should buy both of these books together. You will not get tired at any stage, the story is lively and full of positive energy. Such books are needed in the world of today where anxieties and tensions are on the rise and are taking over the mind.
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