Chronicles of Tao
Here is a great quote from what is, might I point out, not a purely spiritual book but more of an auto-biography-come-adventure novel.
'In truth, you are the self alone. You are the I stripped of qualities. You are nameless and formless. Since you cannot grasp that fact, you cling to forms, emotions, and thought. Ego arises to give you form. By contrast, the man of wisdom simply is. He does not cling to thought. He is still and knows that he is God.'
This basically sums up what I mean when I claim to be a Taoist.
Good evening, I am off to meditate on this...