Taoism: Humble Wholeness

The founder of Taoism was Lao Tzu, who is said by some to have been a contemporary of Confucius during the 6th century BCE, or lived a few centuries later. (The information is from Huston Smith’s “The World’s Religions”). There is little historical knowledge of Lao Tzu. Some have said that he was a curious…

Confucianism: Living the Right Way

Kung Fu Tzu, or better know as Confucius in the western world, is probably the greatest figure in Chinese history. Confucius actually had no prominence when he was alive (551  BCE-497), but a few hundred years later, he was the most celebrated individual. How did he become so influential then? (This is all from the…