I have a project due Tuesday, and I have to write about the signifigance of Taoism;?





What is the religious signifigance of Taoism?


  1. the tao represents the pair system that everything is born, exists and recreates in.
    from the mind and body relationship, to husband and wife, parent child, male female animal and plant parts, + and – atomic particles and atronomical physics of centifugal and centripetal forces.
    The primary (or internal) aspect is that of mind and body
    secondary (or external) is male and female
    Primary is subject and secondary is object
    ie one should initiate a response from the other as in the mind is subject over the body
    male is subject over female

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