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Someone
who does little
or nothing at all
is actionless.

Some people
could be talking good
or bad of that person, judge
&/or disapprove. Nevertheless, by…
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Taoism

Wu Wei
refers 2 the
illusive need of doing
& 2 the dysfunctional belief
& hope that action, activity &/or
work or labor provides
happiness. …
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Taoism

Wu Wei is Chinese,
meaning non-action or
action-less-action or actionlessness.
It’s the central principle in the Chinese
philosophy of Daoism or Taoism.

Actionless action or the Chinese Wu Wei affirms that one should live spontaneously in accordance with the natural flow of the cosmos called the Dao or Tao & not 2 act against our natural or nature’s order & rhythm. 48 more words

Taoism

Taoists are like water

You may know the concept to which Taoists ascribe — of emulating water to more closely be attuned to the Tao. It is a difficult idea for Westerners, as we have been taught to break through whatever barriers we face with brute strength, regardless of cost to ourselves or others. 484 more words

Tao

Wu Wei and the Checkout Clerk

I was grocery shopping today and the checker was struggling with the amount of vegetables and fruits I purchased. Each had to be weighed and keyed into the computer, which is more time consuming than just scanning the UPC code of some pre-packing item. 225 more words

Tao

Wu Wei

The essence of Wu Wei is this: maximum efficiency comes as a result of minimum interference.

So, here’s another post with a Chinese sounding name. 223 more words

Writing Tips

The Journey Continues

“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them. That only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” 404 more words