Jesus being a term is often “defined” as being an ultimate creator or power that is universal. The many areas of Jesus were battled over so long as people have actually used and written words. All definitions are based on perception. From the Taoist perspective: human-based definitions are both right and wrong: as all definitions are relative to state that is humanity’s of. A Taoist stays out of arguments of definition. It is not productive arguing over something relative to each individual. Alternatively, Taoism accepts each view that is person’s of to be individual.
A Taoist doesn’t think the Tao is before, after or perhaps is also add up to God. The Tao is a concept to explain something which goes beyond our capacity to define. Taoism renders the Tao undefined, and a Taoist happily explores the sweetness that opens up as a result.
All Taoist’s will concur: The Tao is indefinable…
A thing that is indefinable: is outside of human being meaning by default. However, we can still accept it as indefinable. The Tao by being indefinable eliminates all problems of perception in its meaning since perception cannot directly reveal the Tao that is undefined. It’s simply and utterly is: undefined!
Tao and God merge towards the exact same concept when the definition of God is indefinable. As soon as the definition is accepted by a person of this Tao as being indefinable, that person by meaning needs to keep it as undefined. Continue reading