Like Confucianism, Tao is troubled by violence. Of the two main Chinese trends of thought, Confucianism and Taoism, the latter is the one which is mystically oriented and thus more relevant for our comparison with modern physics. Logical reasoning was considered by the Taoists as part of the artificial world of man, together with social etiquette and moral standards. They were not interested in this world at all, but concentrated their attention fully on the observation of nature in order to discern the characteristics of the Tao. Thus they developed an attitude which was essentially scientific and only their deep mistrust in the analytic method prevented them from constructing proper scientific theories. Nevertheless, the careful observation of nature, combined with a strong mystical intuition, led the Taoist stages to profound insights which are confirmed by modern scientific theories. .
The starter of Tao believed that people were naturally good. With that, it was believed that if man studied the way of Tao, they will lead a good life. The "other way" has coexisted alongside the Confucian tradition. Taoism was adaptable evolving to fill spiritual gaps created by the vagaries of life. It was a reinterpretation and development of an ancient nameless tradition of nature, worship and divination. Tao believes spirits pervaded nature, both the natural world and then internal world within the human body. It is based on the idea that behind all material things, the change in the world lies on the universal principal, the way or Tao. The principal governs all change and all life. Its main goal is to become one with the Tao. They exists mainly to promote heath and vitality.
To understand Chinese theology you must look at the existence of humans and their practices. Religion is a concept in which a group of people believes in a certain way of life. Both Confucianism and Taoism have features that attract a human to its rituals and concepts.