Welcome to Our Blog! 

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ― Lao Tzu

Welcome to the first post of our blog, Sapiens Verbum! We are excited to embark on this journey of knowledge and understanding with you. In this blog, we will be exploring a wide range of topics and ideas from some of the most influential minds in history. From philosophy to science, art to politics, we will be delving into the wisdom and insights of the past to gain a deeper understanding of the world we live in.
The name of our blog, which is Latin for “Wise Words,” reflects our focus on exploring the wisdom and insights of the ages through the written word. Here, we will share with you some of the most thought-provoking and inspiring quotes, and passages from literature, philosophy, history, and other sources.
Whether you’re looking for guidance on a particular topic, inspiration for your own writing, or simply a moment of reflection, we hope that our blog will provide you with something valuable and enriching. 

We hope that you will join us on this journey and that our blog will be a valuable resource for you as you seek to expand your knowledge and understanding. So take that first step with us and follow us on this exciting journey of learning and discovery.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. ― Lao Tzu

This quote is attributed to the ancient Chinese philosopher Lao Tsé, who is believed to have lived in the 6th century BC. The quote comes from his famous work, the “Tao Te Ching,” which is a collection of teachings and wisdom on how to live a fulfilling and harmonious life. The quote has been translated into many languages and is still widely cited today as a reminder of the importance of taking action and persevering in the face of challenges. 
The meaning of the quote is that even the longest and most difficult journeys or tasks can be accomplished by breaking them down into smaller, more manageable steps and taking action one step at a time. It suggests that perseverance and determination are key to achieving any goal, no matter how daunting it may seem.

Recommeded Read

If you’re interested in learning about the ancient Chinese philosophy of Taoism, I highly recommend the book “Tao Te Ching” by Lao Tzu. This book is a classic text of Taoist philosophy, and is considered one of the most important works of Chinese literature. The book is a collection of 81 short poems that explore the nature of the Tao, or the ultimate reality of the universe. Through simple and elegant language, Lao Tzu offers his insights on the nature of existence, the importance of living in harmony with the Tao, and the pitfalls of desire and ego. Whether you’re a complete beginner to Taoism or are looking to deepen your understanding of this fascinating philosophy, “Tao Te Ching” is an essential read.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to Our Blog! 

  1. To be more precise, your Laozi quote “A journey of a thousdand miles starts with one step” is from Chapter 64. In Chinese it is written: “千里之行,始于足下” (qiān lǐ zhī xíng,shǐ yú zú xià).

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