Actionlessness
or actionless action is
non-action or the taoistic
Wu Wei principle.

Actionlessness
is the way 2 act or do without
thinking of acting or doing, it’s the
easy-course, the easy-way, named
or called the taoist Middle-Way.

Actionlessness
is an action, not driven by desire
or any human emotion.
Actionlessness
is an action prompted by the flux of
events, the right circumstances,
Chi &/or prãna.

Actionlessness
is always in accordance with
righteousness, morality & virtue
4 actionlessness is a heavenly action, it’s
the Chinese Te – donator of force, physical
& mental strength into our actions, that
results in fruitful & beneficial actions,
with auspicious results.

Actionlessness
is no action contrary 2 the Tao
or the One, the Absolute, God, etc.

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