It is a way of philosophical thinking that urges people to live their lives in harmony with the world. Bruce Lee was a great philosopher who's philosophy was based on that concept. You should keep your mind like water in a cup: be able to empty the cup or change it to adapt and learn, for example. I wrote a hub on Bruce Lee. I didn't mention Tao, but the hub does talk a great deal about the tenants of it, in a sense. It urges you to "experience life" rather than analyze it, and to accept reality. There is much more to it than that, however.
by Fluffymetal7 years ago
What religion are you and why?
by Jason Menayan9 years ago
While it's not a religion per se, and I'm not an adherent (if there is such a thing), I've found taoism a fascinating philosophy and one that probably most closely resonates with the way I think the universe works.I...
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