Yin-Yang is an ancient Chinese symbol of balance, of Harmony, of the Union
of the Pairs of Opposites.
Lao Tsu, in the Tao Te
Ching, wrote: “Under Heaven, all can see beauty as
beauty only because there is ugliness; all can know good as good only
because there is evil. Therefore, having and not-having arise together;
difficult and easy complement each other; long and short contrast each
other; high and low rest upon each other.”