• The Ideations of The Tao:

    Taoism is an unconventional religion (if that's what you want to call it) wherein it's members are seeking to "not know" opposed to those who are set forth to "know it all". Tao is often translated as the way, path, etc. etc. It is said to be believed that if you infact can stumble upon your Tao or Way of life the years will pass you by with your physical being untouched. In other words, it would become possible to achieve immortality. Do not mistake this as the Taoist's goal because in theory they do not have a goal, only a sense of being, a sense of right now.

    Honest people use no rhetoric;
    Rhetoric is not honesty.
    Enlightened people are not cultured;
    Culture is not enlightenment.
    Content people are not wealthy;
    Wealth is not contentment.

    So the sage does not serve himself;
    The more he does for others, the more he is satisfied;
    The more he gives, the more he receives.
    Nature flourishes at the expense of no one;
    So the sage benefits all men and contends with none.

    -Verse 81 from "The Tao Te Ching" as written by Lao Tzu

    This test isn't very difficult, just try to decipher the verses of the Tao Te Ching and all will be at one.