I like Dyer's format for studying the Tao. He first reads the verse, then explains it, gives examples, offers suggestions on how to apply the principles, and summarizes/paraphrases each verse.
I have to admit I've had to run to my dictionary a few times, as Dyer has a fondness for certain words/phrases such as "duality" and "paradoxical unity" which just don't roll off my tongue as easily as they do his. But he doesn't talk so far above my head that I can't follow him.
Each "lesson" is short, just a few minutes.
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