I love Chinese philosophy—its naturalness, its easy wisdom.
I’m in good company: Taoism may be the most popularized religious mysticism in the world. Books about any variety of topics have the phrase “The Tao of…” in their titles. A quick search at Amazon yields The Tao of Healing, The Tao of Eating, The Tao of Photography and even The Tao of Network Security Monitoring! And in contemporary America, the Chinese words yin and yang have become cultural fallback terms for the idea of experienced, simultaneous opposites. They’re part of the pop lexicon.