One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An adherent of the Chinese philosophy of Taoism.‘the Taoist on the reef strives to see things from even the corals' point of view’
- ‘His formulation invites the view (usually attributed to Taoists) that reality is a single, indivisible totality.’
- ‘When I focused my breath in my center, the place Taoists call the 'Sea of Chi,' I became grounded and strong.’
- ‘Taoists skillfully built temples that conformed to the contours of the land.’
- ‘For the Taoist, doing nothing presents positive advantages.’
- ‘Taoists shun aggression, competition, and ambition.’
Relating to the Chinese philosophy of Taoism.‘Taoist teachings’‘a Taoist temple’
- ‘Tai-Chi is a concept evolved from the Taoist beliefs in ancient China.’
- ‘On the set burial date, Taoist priests come to chant for the dead.’
- ‘The birthday of Guanyin, the goddess of mercy, falls between late March and late April and is observed by visiting Taoist temples.’
- ‘In China as far back as 4000 BC, the Taoist religion revered beauty, and garden structures were natural and essential components.’
- ‘Even though most Hong Kong people are not Taoist, Taoism still offers one of the most popular funeral ceremony styles in the city.’
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