The word  tao  道 translates into "path", or "way." Taoist belief is based on the idea that there is a natural order or central organizing principle of the universe, which one can come to know by living in harmony with nature. Nothing in the universe is fixed, static or permanent; per se everything is transforming all the time. This work was inspired by the intention to approach life with a state of inner tranquillity, which will show the right effortless action at the right time. By embracing simplicity, reducing selfishness and desire, human life can return to a more neutral state that simply embraces spontaneity and acceptance.
       
     
       
     
 The word  tao  道 translates into "path", or "way." Taoist belief is based on the idea that there is a natural order or central organizing principle of the universe, which one can come to know by living in harmony with nature. Nothing in the universe is fixed, static or permanent; per se everything is transforming all the time. This work was inspired by the intention to approach life with a state of inner tranquillity, which will show the right effortless action at the right time. By embracing simplicity, reducing selfishness and desire, human life can return to a more neutral state that simply embraces spontaneity and acceptance.
       
     

The word tao 道 translates into "path", or "way." Taoist belief is based on the idea that there is a natural order or central organizing principle of the universe, which one can come to know by living in harmony with nature. Nothing in the universe is fixed, static or permanent; per se everything is transforming all the time. This work was inspired by the intention to approach life with a state of inner tranquillity, which will show the right effortless action at the right time. By embracing simplicity, reducing selfishness and desire, human life can return to a more neutral state that simply embraces spontaneity and acceptance.