A Website about the Tao and about God

Thou shalt have no other gods before me....but what of something that isn't a God?


Can I not have great respect for king Arthur and still be in awe of Camelot?


King Arthur was not in competition with Camelot, they worked in concert to prove what greatness is. God created the heavens and the earth from the Tao, just as the Tao can be considered the Mother of all that is, it is nurturing, and flows ever so naturally, God surely is the father and everything that can be perceived is their children, The Tao and God do not contend with each other, they are part of the whole, cause and effect, is the result of their children's actions when they create an imbalance.


Love and Humility are the great balancer's, the Tao (the Way) considered the natural order of the universe is the ultimate of the subtle, it does not judge, it is the effect to our cause, it will always seek balance and God is the tester to see if we can be worthy.

The Tao meets God

Tao meets God

Tao is God?....


Are you for real?   The Tao may not be God, but "The Way" is a path that God Follows, it is the perfect example to follow that God has presented to all Humanity, there are those that follow the Way but do not believe in God.


And there are those that believe in God but do not realize that they are following the way.


God is only the guide to show the path along the way, to instruct life to keep the cosmic balance.


The Tao is God's instrument to orchestrate life successfully through cause and effect, I thank God for helping me navigate my journey to the way.


Possibly God follows "The Way"? How could God do anything other than follow the way? This is what God is trying to teach us to do, it's just a different format to some extent,


God has created all of these religions in which Man's dual personality has polluted these scriptures to the point of muddying up the true intentions spelled out in them,


we must use our spiritual side to discriminate the dogma from the divine.

God meets the Tao

God meets the Tao

Is there any good reason to believe in the Tao and in God?


I believe that I have brought up a couple of reasons so far, mostly this concept is for the benefit of the believers of the Tao and for the believers of God so that they may have some mutual ground to stand on when contemplating such things.


I would have to give the advantage to the believers in the Tao, as they are fairly united, there is no dispute about who's Tao is better, because there is just the Tao...Period, but as God goes, these various religions have different names for God and most of these religions even consider their God is the only Deity in town.


It is so unfortunate that they cannot see that they are all one in the same, It is probably because Their God has been so personalized and is so much a part of their lives, that they could never consider sharing with any other religion,


the idea of One-God inflames the emotions of many devout believers, but how could your all seeing, all knowing, all powerful God forsake ANY of it's children?




that we must not believe in a thing said merely because it is said; nor traditions

because they have been handed down from antiquity; nor rumors, as such; nor

writings by sages, because sages wrote them: nor fancies that we may suspect to have

been inspired in us by a Deva (that is, in presumed spiritual inspiration); nor from

inferences drawn from some haphazard assumption we may have made; nor because

of what seems an analogical necessity; nor on the mere authority of our teachers or

masters. But we are to believe when the writing, doctrine, or saying is corroborated

by our own reason and consciousness. "For this," says he in concluding, "I taught you

not to believe merely because you have heard, but when you believed of your

consciousness, then to act accordingly and abundantly."





The above words are from someone with wisdom enough to be able to perceive the truth when it comes to him,


by keeping an open mind and using your intuitive discrimination you may sift through all that comes to you during your seeking,


I have read much over the years, and there are many conflicting beliefs among many subjects, if they are things that can be tested, I test, if they are things to be practiced, I practice and choose what is best for me,


as for conflicting beliefs, I tend to investigate the ones with the least conflicts first.


      This debate between the Tao and God can be hectic, but just imagine if you don't believe in either.

Atheists have a different mind set, be it more natural or more scientific or even neither of these two, they, I would suspect would have a belief in at least in themselves,


I would not assume to know what they contemplate or even if they have interests in such things, it is not surprising that there is an increase in atheism since the material aspects of earths societies has been increasing continuously,


spirituality is being replaced by materialism regularly, technology makes the material aspects of our existence more enjoyable and sometimes actually necessary.


The mystery and the intrigue of the Tao and God is overwhelming, but on one hand we have a soul and on the other hand we have no soul, in both cases there is a cause and effect and or Karma, because as we sow, so shall we reap,


but the confusion lies in where the karma resides, if there is no soul, how does the karma keep accounts straight, if "we" come back to reconcile our karma, who are "we" if not an immortal soul which is but a fragment of God,


this may be a requirement of the Tao for God to carry out or just possibly just a different part of the same thing, if "we" are not our soul,


but just some unknown identity that has the chore of coming back time and time again until all that is required is realized, and then "we" proceed to Nirvana, that just seems too final and easy to me to swallow as the whole story.


I do not believe the point of all of this is to argue about the Tao and God, but to realize that we are not just a random bunch of atoms assembling to create a human race to live and just die, there must be a purpose to our existence and it must have an intelligence to it,


something must be learned in it's action that will be benefit to something. There is no doubt that we are not alone in the universe, and other creatures from other planets must have had these same questions confronting them or are having them now,


our scientists are having a rough time of keeping earth from the center of the universe, their latest findings are being kept on the down low as to not give fuel to the religious sect, our galaxy now seems to be at the center of the universe, but they are still looking.




Scientifically there can be many reasons for this phenomena, the reasons still eluding sciences experts because science is still relatively new as compared to religion.