Lao Tzu’s philosophy is based on the idea that the world is constantly changing and that people should go with the flow instead of resisting it. He believed that if you resist this change, you will only suffer. Instead, you should flow with the changes in life and accept them as they come. In other words, he believed that there is a natural order to things, which can’t be changed by humans.
In his book Tao Te Ching, Lao Tzu wrote about how everything in the universe is connected and how humans should act accordingly. He also wrote about how people need to be humble rather than arrogant and avoid doing things that would cause them harm.
Actually, Lao Tzu’s philosophy was very simple: do not do anything that causes suffering to yourself or others. If you find yourself causing suffering to others or yourself, stop doing it immediately. This is often translated as “the path of least resistance” because Lao Tzu believed that if something was easy to do and didn’t cause suffering, then it was right for you to do it.
In addition to believing in going with the flow, Lao Tzu also believed in not bothering about what other people thought about him or his opinions. He said that no one can know what is going on inside another person’s mind unless they tell them; therefore one should never judge another person’s actions based on their own beliefs regarding what is right or wrong.