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CrazyDaisy
CrazyDaisy
9 years ago

The first time I became introduced to taoism is when I watched a movie called: The Holy Mountain. It opened my mind in many different ways, and from what I have learned of it, it does seem to have its influences. Just like all religions I have studied though, it has its good points and not so good points. I’m not calling taoism dumb at all, but I’ve always been told that you can learn from even the dumbest person; therefore, like anything, it shouldn’t be disregarded.

MR.QA
MR.QA
9 years ago

you have to be more specific. there are lots to be said.

Petros
Petros
9 years ago

The tao that can be spoken of is not the true tao.

kAtReEnA aLySsA
kAtReEnA aLySsA
9 years ago

here’s a review of your article.. Taoism (pronounced /ˈdaÊŠ.ɪ.zÉ™m/ or /ˈtaÊŠ.ɪ.zÉ™m/; also spelled Daoism) refers to a variety of related philosophical and religious traditions and concepts. These traditions have influenced East Asia for over two thousand years and some have spread internationally.[1] The Chinese character Tao 道 (or Dao, depending on the romanization scheme) means “path” or “way”, although in Chinese religion and philosophy it has taken on more abstract meanings. Taoist propriety and ethics emphasize the Three Jewels of the Tao: compassion, moderation, and humility. Taoist thought focuses on genuineness,longevity, health, immortality, wu wei (non-action), refinement, spontaneity, transformation and… Read more »

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