Ray Grigg (b. 1938) is a Taoist scholar who has travelled in forty countries, eventually settling on Quadra Island at Quathiaski Cove. Published in the U.S. by Humanics Limited, a New Age press in Atlanta, Georgia, his three adaptations of Lao Tzu's Te Ching are The Tao of Relationships, The Two of Being and The Tao of Sailing, all illustrated by Victoria-born William Gaetz. He later self-published The Sage's Way: Teachings & Commentaries (Trafford Publishing, 2005), a summation of "everything I have learned about Eastern philosophy after more than 40 years of serious thought and study." He envisioned this work as the Eastern philosophical equivalent of Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet.

[BCBW 1992]